Orchid Classic Mini Connected Chain Stud Drop Earring

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Earring Material (Body):
Polymer Clay
Earring Material (Hardware):
Stainless Steel (Gold Tone)
Earring Type:
Stud Post
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1x Pair of Orchid Polymer Clay stainless steel hardware earrings

Our new orchid mini design with vibrant purple hues, in the connected chain earring style.
Each orchid is hand shaped, assembled, and painted (both speckles and metallic purple edging) to give dimension and detail.
Looking almost like butterflies, these are truly something to be treasured.

To wear: simply put on the backing as usual (try to keep the side of the backing with the chain facing on the bottom so your chain falls straight), and the earring will sit. There will be a chain loop under the lobe with two orchid flowers, plus an additional chain that hangs from behind your ear lobe.
This earring was designed to not only be seen from the front, but also from the sides for extra dimension.

Made from polymer clay and hours of design and patience.

This item can be made to order (if no stock quantity can be seen) and takes 1 week max to despatch from the date of order.
There are currently premade quantities available in Sept/October 2022 and can be assembled/ despatched immediately.

Note: Please check measurements below as the model is not to scale - it was used to demonstrate how the earring looks when worn.

75mm approx

Each orchid flower is approx 16mm W x 13mm H


-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.