Golden Hearts

$95.00 Note: All prices are listed in Australian Dollars

Only 2 available

Material: Gold Plated Sterling Silver
Dimension: 10 x 3 x 5 mm
Weight: 2.2

These earrings were first made for the incredible Karen. No beauty shines brighter than that of a good heart. Karen has the kindest of hearts, always full of warm hugs and consoling words. She’s the friend that everyone wishes for, so when it came time to design something unique for her, a classic heart was the obvious choice. However, it had to be one of a kind, just like Karen. These classic heart-shaped earrings have soft edges and simple lines, but if you look closely, their forms are unique. Made from 100% reclaimed sterling silver with a 18 karat yellow gold plating, the surface has a brushed matt finish. A beautiful piece for a unique and special person.

Customers who purchased Karen’s earrings also bought Karen’s Golden Heart Pendant.

Each Coral Covey jewellery piece can be identified with the Coral Covey maker’s mark and a ‘925’ sterling silver stamp – for more information on how Laura’s makes each piece by hand see the About page here. To read more about how Laura is making each piece from recycled sterling silver, powering her studio with 100% solar and using natural and recycled packaging click here.

Customer Testimonials

“Laura was attentive and really listened to what I wanted. She is very friendly and easy to deal with, communicating through the process with sketches, test models and the finer details. I would highly recommend Laura for any jewellery with a personal touch. It makes it all the better knowing its made from reclaimed silver!”

Bronwyn Withers

“I love that Laura creates jewellery with an environmental conscious. My sunflower seed ring is made with love and I will always treasure it!”

Simone Nairs

“I am so delighted with the ring Laura designed and made for me and my partner. They 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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