Stunning and perfectly frosted these smooth teal seaglass earrings are a absolutely beautiful. Wrapped in 14k gold-filled wire and hanging from hooks they are perfect for those who love a bold pop of colour to bring attention to their outfit. Teal seaglass from Iceland is rare and finding 2 pieces of this quality and size to match for a pair of earrings is so very lucky. These earrings will make a unique gift for a friend or loved one, and will remind the wearer of the deep opulent colours of the ocean.
Specifications: Earring Length From Top of Hook- Approx. 5cm/1.97" Ear Wire - .9mm Thick Glass Length - Approx 2cm/.78" Glass Width - Approx 1.2cm/.47"
Please note, each piece is unique and individually hand-crafted, so may vary slightly from the image featured. Antique seaglass 14ct gold filled wire, which refers to the process in which 14ct gold is bonded under pressure to a base metal. Gold-filled is not to be confused with gold-plating, as it is much superior.
💧Estimated shipping times: Australia: 2-6 business days with Australia Post standard shipping which includes tracking. Express postage is available - please select at checkout. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose. New Zealand: Express Postage with Australia Post should take 5-8 business days. United States: Express Postage with Australia Post should take 7-12 business days. Europe: Express Postage with Australia Post should take 7-12 business days. 💧The international delivery times shown may be delayed by Coronavirus disruptions. 💧Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply to their order.
Customer Review: "I have bought many beautiful pieces of jewellery from these lovely ladies. I recently bought a stunning necklace for my niece, special Birthday, and currently have on order, a necklace and earrings in gorgeous Teal! ... Can’t wait! When you have a piece made to order, it will totally exceed your expectations! Every piece is unique and made with care, and love. I would highly recommend if you want something really special.” Hilary Cole, Sydney