|Dimensions||30 × 40 mm|
Asymmetric leaf-shape silver earrings studs (E0212)
This listing is for a pair of asymmetric studs: one earring is composed of two horizontally soldered leaves, both hammered on surface (one next to another, slightly overlapping) and the other composed of two vertically positioned overlapped leaves, where both leaves are hammered but one of them is turned inside-out to show the plain surface side of the leaf.
The earrings are a part of our “leaf” collection. All the leaves are hand-cut from a thin silver sheet and hammered on surface to create leaf grain pattern. Leaves are then soldered one to another to create the final shape of the earring. We created several different earrings, as well as brooches in the same series.
Our silver products are created in 95-98% Silver which is typical of the Thai Karen hill-tribe artisans, who have been using traditional tools and techniques for centuries. The Karen are a group of ethnic peoples who reside primarily in southern and southeastern Burma and in northern and north-eastern Thailand. Thai and Burmese hill tribes can be traced back to the 12th century when they are said to have originated from Tibet.
With a higher silver content than sterling silver, Karen silver has a weight, bright satin color and feel, all of its own. Every piece is handmade and individual.
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Size: 3 x 4 cm
Weight: 8.25 g