These simple but bold gold stud earrings are created by New York designer Erin Considine, who uses recycled metals. The studs are inspired by minimal, sculptural forms and, depending on which way they are turned, can mirror the curve of an earlobe. Sold as a set of two, the earrings can be worn as a pair or as a single stud, mixed and matched with other jewelry.
Wipe down with a soft polishing cloth and store in a safe, dry place.
Brooklyn-based designer Erin Considine is a jewelry maker who creates innovative pieces by experimenting with new, old and used materials. The metals she employs are often deadstock vintage adornments or cast from found objects, giving older pieces new life.
Graphic stud earrings in a bold arc shape to echo and contrast the curve of the earlobe. May be worn as a pair or a single stud (comes as a set of two). Handmade in New York from recycled materials. See also Silver and Rose Gold. (more info)
0.8 inches long x 0.3 inches wide
(2 cm x 0.8 cm)
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