CHIZURU Crane (Perched) Trapezoid Drop Stud Earrings *CLOSED*

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Stud Post and Backing
Earring Material (Body)::
Polymer Clay
Earring Material (Hardware)::
Stainless Steel (surgical grade) - yellow gold

1x Pair of Crane Earrings with Hypoallergenic Surgical Steel Posts and Backing (Pine Tree: Perched)

Translating to a thousand cranes, the CHIZURU earring is a statement piece featuring traditional Japanese elements such as the crane, peonies and pine tree. The CHIZURU earrings are a limited release of two pairs featuring different cranes - with the pine tree background earring featuring a crane flying, or crane perched on the pine tree. The other earring features a crane with outstretched wings with a red peony background. The base of the earrings is a shimmery blue, and the ear stud toppers are marbled with a slight flowing water pattern effect. All details and clay components were made from scratch, detailed and assembled manually.

Made with premium polymer clay.
Stainless Steel is hypoallergenic and does not tarnish.


Please allow maximum 1 week from order date for despatch (most cases much faster) as this item will be made to order. Please allow for variations in color and detail, total sizing will be as described.

55mm approx

40mm approx

-Please supervise children if you choose to let them wear these earrings
-Please do not submerge in water and avoid wetting/ moisture
-Pierced ears are required
-These were made from polymer clay, so please do not squeeze/ crush, drop or leave hanging around (eg. in a handbag) to ensure it stays in its original condition
-All items were handmade, so please allow for differences in the measurements. Slight imperfections are normal such as fingerprints; each piece has been QC'd prior to sending out.
-Stainless steel generally does not change colour, but under some circumstances such as chemistry with certain skin types, lots of friction, or prolonged exposure to chemicals and alcohols (eg. perfumes) may cause the steel to discolour, but this is rare (think of wear and tear of your standard steel watch band).
-Due to computer screens and photography, the colours may have slight differences to the actual product.