Flourish orb & bud cluster earstud by Miranda Sharpe

Flourish orbs and bud cluster earstud is hand assembled from sterling silver and vitreous enamel. A cluster of small silver orbs with a textured surface are joined with a silver bud which has an enamel centre. The blue vitreous enamel is flecked with yellow and fused to the metal through firing in a kiln. The earstud has a post and scoll fitting, The earstuds have a polished finish.

Features

  • Primary Material : silver
  • Other Materials : enamel
  • Length (mm) : 15
  • Fitting Type : Post
  • Dimensions (mm) : 15 x 0.8 x 0.5
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Metal : sterling silver
  • Hallmarked : No
  • Wire Material : sterling silver

Cleaning Instructions

Using warm soapy water with an old toothbrush should be sufficient to clean these earstuds. Solutions such as silver dip can be used. It is recommended that the solution be applied sparingly with an old toothbrush or cotton bud to silver areas only, ensuring it is rinsed and dried thoroughly afterwards. Contact with the enamel may affect its surface. A standard silver cloth may also be used. 

Purchase

Flourish orb & bud cluster earstud

Features

  • Primary Material : silver
  • Other Materials : enamel
  • Length (mm) : 15
  • Fitting Type : Post
  • Dimensions (mm) : 15 x 0.8 x 0.5
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Metal : sterling silver
  • Hallmarked : No
  • Wire Material : sterling silver

 Availability

Despatched within 2-5 working days NB: These earrings are non-returnable.

Earrings
by Miranda Sharpe

Flourish orbs and bud cluster earstud is hand assembled from sterling silver and vitreous enamel. A cluster of small silver orbs with a textured surface are joined with a silver bud which has an enamel centre. The blue vitreous enamel is flecked with yellow and fused to the metal through firing in a kiln. The earstud has a post and scoll fitting, The earstuds have a polished finish.

Cleaning Instructions

Using warm soapy water with an old toothbrush should be sufficient to clean these earstuds. Solutions such as silver dip can be used. It is recommended that the solution be applied sparingly with an old toothbrush or cotton bud to silver areas only, ensuring it is rinsed and dried thoroughly afterwards. Contact with the enamel may affect its surface. A standard silver cloth may also be used.