Small sterling silver stud earrings | Oxidized black
These small, sterling silver stud earrings are oxidized to a flat, matte black.
They hammered by hand in my beautiful studio, located on the Olympic Peninsula, in Washington state.
They are shaped like a tiny bar ingot, with simple, placed hammer marks that catch the light.
The posts are hand soldered onto each one, and they are made to last forever.
Men, women, girls or boys of any age can wear them with anything in their wardrobe.
They also can work well in a second piercing hole, next to any design of earrings.
Because my jewelry is made using hand fabrication processes, it has lightness, durability and detail unachievable via mass production.
I make lots of different silver and gold earrings- find my full line of jewelry here:http://sharonsaintdon.etsy.com
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- GUARANTEED forever against breakage due to normal use.
- SHIIPPING- All orders are shipped with full insurance and signature confirmation.
I try to answer between 9am and 9pm pacific time.
- RETURNS- Contact me ASAP if you are not happy with your order. Your happiness is my main goal!
I will accept returns for a full refund, minus shipping costs, if it is shipped back to me within 7 days of receipt by you. (longer for international orders, of course)
-SUSTAINABILITY: I use silver and gold with a 50- 90% post consumer content from Hauser and Miller, precious metals manufacturer since 1909. They purchase from fair labor practicing mines. I believe that purchasing high quality jewelry with a post consumer content that is repairable and recyclable is very important.
I make jewelry in small batches, minimizing waste, use of resources and strengthening the metal by using hand forming techniques en lieu of casting processes.
I use solid gold or bimetal instead of plating in my gold jewelry. Sheets of 22k or 18k gold are fused with sterling silver. The result is repairable, easily recyclable and avoids the use of cyanide solutions needed for plating.