Sea Sisters sea pottery earrings in a pretty floral design
Sea Sisters sea pottery earrings in a pretty floral design
Sea Sisters sea pottery earrings in a pretty floral design
Sea Sisters sea pottery earrings in a pretty floral design
Sea Sisters sea pottery earrings in a pretty floral design
Sea Sisters sea pottery earrings in a pretty floral design
Sea Sisters sea pottery earrings in a pretty floral design
Sea Pottery earrings, sea glass jewelry, beach pottery earrings, sea pottery jewelry, eco friendly earrings, sustainable jewelry
Sea Pottery earrings, sea glass jewelry, beach pottery earrings, sea pottery jewelry, eco friendly earrings, sustainable jewelry
Sea Pottery earrings, sea glass jewelry, beach pottery earrings, sea pottery jewelry, eco friendly earrings, sustainable jewelry

Sea Sisters sea pottery earrings in a pretty floral design

$49.50 CAD

These Sea Sister sea pottery earrings are crafted with lovely pieces of vintage sea washed china adorned with silver, ready to begin their second life as beautifully matched earrings! We have found quite a few pieces of this design, always on the same Nova Scotia beach. I wonder of the story behind that, how so many pieces of china came to be discarded at once! Your Sea Sisters earrings will arrive boxed and ready for gift giving. And your order will include a silver polishing cloth to keep your jewelry looking shiny and new.

DETAILS:

~ All components are sterling silver.

~ We use only genuine sea glass and sea pottery, The colours in these earrings are pink, ivory, brown and yellow. You will receive the exact earrings pictured.

~ The earrings measure 2 inches (5 cm) in length, from the top of the earwire to the bottom of the dangle. See 5th photo to help visualize the size.

~ Ships at no extra charge.

~ Gift wrapping option available at checkout. Include your own special message in the card!

~ Handmade in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Sea glass, also known as beach glass or mermaid’s tears, is nature’s answer to bottles, china and pottery carelessly thrown into the sea many years ago. The glass is tumbled on the ocean floor, smoothed by the waves and sand until it washes up on shore, waiting to be found by a lucky passerby.

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