Apricot Agate Turn Earrings
$ 50.00 AUD
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The Apricot Agate Turn Earrings are gold plated over brass with sterling silver posts with fan drops of pink and apricot and with a hinted grey-white swirl colourway. The Turn Earrings are light to mid weight with a glossy finish and handmade in Melbourne.
Polymer clay, gold plated over brass, sterling silver post.
There is also a gold-plated clip-on option for non-pierced ears.
Dimensions: 12mm x 12mm (brass curve stud), 32mm x 15mm x 8mm (polymer drop), all products are handmade and will have slight variations.
All handmade earrings are unique and thus will have slight variations.
Love your Aacute earrings by avoiding moisture and handling with clean hands.
+ Australian designed
+ Australian made
Aacute is designed and made in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
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