Large Picot Earrings. Asymmetrical Design 1

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£48.00 to £48.00

Price includes UK p&p. If international shipping is available for this piece please select the correct shipping option before adding to basket.

These colourful silver and textile stud earrings are inspired by the picot stitch I use in my paper sculptures.

Handmade from sterling silver and soft crochet thread, these asymmetrical earrings are a collaboration with jeweller Rachel Butlin. Rachel has handmade the silver work and I have incorporated my hand stitch in a selection of colours. 

One stud is entirely stitched and the other is partially stitched to reveal the silver and create contrast. Picot loops add pretty detailing and emphasise their handmade qualities.

These stitched studs measure 1.5cm diameter and will arrive in a little gift box to make the perfect present. Choose from the colours listed above, or select Bespoke to have a pair made in any colour.

Delivered in the UK in 7-10 working days. Please allow up to 14 working days for international shipping.

Dark Red / With UK postage included 
            Dark Red / With international shipping
Turquoise / With UK postage included 
            Turquoise / With international shipping
Orange / With UK postage included 
            Orange / With international shipping
Light Grey / With UK postage included 
            Light Grey / With international shipping
Navy / With UK postage included 
            Navy / With international shipping

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