Earcuff on Chain Earring Attachment Jacket (Silver Tone)

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Stainless Steel (Silver Tone)
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1x Earcuff on chain earring jacket

An earring jacket is an attachment that you can use in conjunction with any existing earring you own to give it a completely different look. This is an earcuff on chain, with a small ring on one end. You can use this with any existing earring you own, provided that the earring is ideally 4mm or larger (can also be used with a 3mm ball stud, but you will see the attachment ring - best recommended for 4mm ball studs and anything larger in silver tone. As a guide, anything from Mochi La Vie with a ball stud and is silver is a 4mm ball).

To wear:
Thread the loop on end through your ear stud post (or hoop etc), before threading through your ear. Attach your ear backing as usual. Take the ear cuff and through the gap, pop it over the top edge of your ear and slide down your ear until you feel a bit of tension/ the ear cuff cannot fall off. To remove, reverse the process.

Alternatively, you can also put the loop behind your ear lobe, before you put your ear backing/ close your earring if you want the chain to come from behind the ear. In this instance, it doesn't matter what earring size you own, but you must ensure your backing is larger than the loop itself (4mm).

6mm wide, 10mm diameter

80mm (intended to drape; not including ear cuff) - super fine 1mm chain


-Please supervise children if you choose to let them wear these earrings
-Please do not submerge in water and avoid wetting/ moisture
-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.