Basalt Earrings with Long Loops by caroline finlay

Green enamelled stud size 2cm x 2cm/0.8 x 0.8” approx.

Total drop length 8cm/2.8”.

Inspired by geometric rock formations and natural textures found on the Isle of Mull and Staffa. Unique design. 

Oxidised, dark grey silver has been textured and enhances the enamel colour. The deep green enamel is matt finished and echoes the light and colours of The Hebrides.

Long freeform loops, lots of movement when worn.

Stud post fittings with large ear backs.

These earrings are subtly mismatched.

Handmade techniques and individual kiln firings mean no two pieces are identical.

 

Features

  • Primary Material : Silver
  • Other Materials : Enamel
  • Length (mm) : 80
  • Fitting Type : Post or Stud
  • Dimensions (mm) : 80x20x1
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Metal : Sterling Silver
  • Hallmarked : No
  • Wire Material : sterling Silver
  • Finish : Oxidised Dark Grey

Cleaning Instructions

Enamel can be washed in warm soapy water, with a soft brush if it becomes discoloured.

Vitreous enamel is glass and although pieces are fairly hardwearing, care should be taken not to apply force to the surface. 

Oxidisation can wear off with silver dip, abrasion or household chemical e.g. bleach. 

When not worn keep piece wrapped in acid free tissue paper (provided) to help prevent tarnishing.

 

Purchase

Basalt Earrings with Long Loops

 Availability

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

Earrings
by caroline finlay

Green enamelled stud size 2cm x 2cm/0.8 x 0.8” approx.

Total drop length 8cm/2.8”.

Inspired by geometric rock formations and natural textures found on the Isle of Mull and Staffa. Unique design. 

Oxidised, dark grey silver has been textured and enhances the enamel colour. The deep green enamel is matt finished and echoes the light and colours of The Hebrides.

Long freeform loops, lots of movement when worn.

Stud post fittings with large ear backs.

These earrings are subtly mismatched.

Handmade techniques and individual kiln firings mean no two pieces are identical.

 

Cleaning Instructions

Enamel can be washed in warm soapy water, with a soft brush if it becomes discoloured.

Vitreous enamel is glass and although pieces are fairly hardwearing, care should be taken not to apply force to the surface. 

Oxidisation can wear off with silver dip, abrasion or household chemical e.g. bleach. 

When not worn keep piece wrapped in acid free tissue paper (provided) to help prevent tarnishing.