Royal Rowan earrings by Sue Gregor

60mm x 30mm

Sterling Silver and Acrylic 

These earrings are made using the actual rowan leaves. In Scotland they plant Rowan trees to ward off evil spirits.

The earrings are made using my own method of dying and embossing plastic which I call fossilized Plastic due to the fine detail which it is possible to capture on the embossed surface so they are similar to fossils.

For the subject I choose quite ordinary plants and weeds, as well as textiles . I hope that the wearer will not only enjoy them as jewellery but also review their appreciation of the natural world .I set out to create a marriage between the industrial and the organic. I want to create a feeling of celebration between material and subject.

Designed and handmade by jewellery designer Sue Gregor.

Features

  • Primary Material : acrylic
  • Fitting Type : Hook
  • Dimensions (mm) : 60 x 30 x 3
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Hallmarked : No
  • Wire Material : sterling silver

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Royal Rowan earrings

Features

  • Primary Material : acrylic
  • Fitting Type : Hook
  • Dimensions (mm) : 60 x 30 x 3
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Hallmarked : No
  • Wire Material : sterling silver

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Earrings
by Sue Gregor

60mm x 30mm

Sterling Silver and Acrylic 

These earrings are made using the actual rowan leaves. In Scotland they plant Rowan trees to ward off evil spirits.

The earrings are made using my own method of dying and embossing plastic which I call fossilized Plastic due to the fine detail which it is possible to capture on the embossed surface so they are similar to fossils.

For the subject I choose quite ordinary plants and weeds, as well as textiles . I hope that the wearer will not only enjoy them as jewellery but also review their appreciation of the natural world .I set out to create a marriage between the industrial and the organic. I want to create a feeling of celebration between material and subject.

Designed and handmade by jewellery designer Sue Gregor.