Jellyfish KURAGE Abstract Opalite Crystal on Chain Hook Earring

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Earring Material (Body)::
Polymer Clay, Opalite, Swarovski Crystal
Earring Material (Hardware)::
Stainless Steel (Silver Tone)
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1x Pair of Jellyfish KURAGE Chain Hook Earrings

Part of "The Ocean" series, the Jellyfish earrings are an abstract concept of the jellyfish, taken and interpreted Mochi La Vie style. It features a handmade polymer clay jellyfish blob that is handpainted and has a special iridescent sheen that has not been seen in any of my previous work. Under light, the jellyfish will be semi-translucent.

Each 3D jellyfish is handmade and may have variations, and has three tiny opalite each, as well as a complex arrangement of super thin chain in a curtain effect that is very shiny. Swarovski crystals cap and end the jellyfish, adding radiance to the design. Each jellyfish is mounted on our ball end hook earring so that the jellyfish comfortably sits under your earlobe, so you can enjoy the entirety of its 3D design.

Currently the KURAGE is available only in silver tone.

Each jellyfish is made by hand, so variations may occur.
Please check the quantity above the Add to Cart button (quantity shown means it despatches immediately), otherwise if no quantity is shown, this item can be made and despatched within a week from order.

SIZE (may vary):
15 mm diameter approx

50-52 mm approx (measured from the top of the hook)


-Please supervise children if you choose to let them wear these ear studs
-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.