The Absent Term Small Drop Earrings by Katherine Richmond

These bespoke earrings have been made using sterling silver and contain sections of vintage illustrations of mixed foliage. As the title suggests, this collection has certain 'absent' features (in this case one of the claws) leaving just a silhouette in its place. This concept plays on the idea of the book collector's search for the illusive 'Absent Term' to complete their collection. The length of drop is taken from the top of the earring to the bottom of the chain.

Designed and handmade by Katherine Richmond.

Features

  • Primary Material : silver
  • Other Materials : paper
  • Length (mm) : 52
  • Fitting Type : Post
  • Dimensions (mm) : 11x11x14
  • One of a Kind : Yes
  • Metal : silver
  • Hallmarked : No
  • Wire Material : silver
  • Finish : oxidised finish

Cleaning Instructions

Oxidised finish does not normally require cleaning, however if required you can use a soft silver cleaning cloth to clean the post and scroll. Do not dip the item in cleaning solution as it will damage the finish.

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The Absent Term Small Drop Earrings

Features

  • Primary Material : silver
  • Other Materials : paper
  • Length (mm) : 52
  • Fitting Type : Post
  • Dimensions (mm) : 11x11x14
  • One of a Kind : Yes
  • Metal : silver
  • Hallmarked : No
  • Wire Material : silver

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Earrings
by Katherine Richmond

These bespoke earrings have been made using sterling silver and contain sections of vintage illustrations of mixed foliage. As the title suggests, this collection has certain 'absent' features (in this case one of the claws) leaving just a silhouette in its place. This concept plays on the idea of the book collector's search for the illusive 'Absent Term' to complete their collection. The length of drop is taken from the top of the earring to the bottom of the chain.

Designed and handmade by Katherine Richmond.

Cleaning Instructions

Oxidised finish does not normally require cleaning, however if required you can use a soft silver cleaning cloth to clean the post and scroll. Do not dip the item in cleaning solution as it will damage the finish.