Everyday Earrings

$39.00 AUD

Only 1 available

Jewellery Description:

These earrings are for everyday wear and are handmade by Laura  in Melbourne from 100% reclaimed/recycled sterling silver. For more information on why it’s important to use reclaimed/recycled silver click here.

They come gift packaged and with special silver care instructions and the surface has a brushed matt finish.

Please note – every pair of earrings are handmade and unique – no two are exactly identical.

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These earrings were made for Katie who requested a pair of earring that she could wear with anything, everyday. Katie had recently moved house and sadly in the move a glass door was broken – not just any door – an old glass door that had belonged to her mother. When were talking about her everyday earrings it stuck me that I would be able to take the impression of the glass to create her earrings. Each pair is a little different depending on where the impression comes from on the glass – unique and individual each pair of earrings tells their own story of this everyday door that now lives on in a new form.

Please allow 3 working days for Laura to make your piece by hand and bring it to the post.

 

Material: Sterling Silver
Dimension: 7 x 7 mm
Weight: 2.1

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Customer Testimonials

“It was a great pleasure working with Laura on my very own custom made ring. She is gifted designer and innovative creator.”

Amy Gaskin

“I was introduced to Coral Covey through friends as I was looking for a gift for my sister, Cara. Not being a wearer of jewellery myself I loved the elegance of Laura’s work. I purchased Mel’s Folded Earrings and my sister loved them! I highly recommend Coral Covey for anybody looking for unique design with expert craftsmanship”

Enda McDermott

“I am so delighted with the ring Laura designed and made for me. It exceeded my already high expectations! It was great to work with such a thoughtful professional who uses environmentally friendly materials and practices”

Amy James
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