This hydrangea, nature-inspired art was originally painted with watercolors. The hydrangea flower earrings are very unique, extremely lightweight, and fun to wear. All of our earring charms make great gifts for family, friends, teachers, and co-workers. Our packaging allows them to be cleverly bow-tied and tagged to packages, bags, and baskets. They make an ideal gift or stocking-stuffer for jewelry lovers. One of our favorite features is the subtle chime sound they occasionally make.
The earrings are painted, designed, and printed in Beth’s studio in central Maine. We print with dye sublimation on high-standard, aluminum metal. The process of dye sublimation infuses dyes directly into the metal producing an outstanding and brilliant product. The metal is scratch, fade-proof, smooth, and water-resistant. The artist earring charms use a traditional, drop-style ear wire. Choose from three types of silver. The ice pick style bails are our favorite to use and they work perfectly with our metal charms. They are made of silver over brass and are used with all three ear wire finishes. Each pair of earrings come packaged with a doubled-backed card and a protective clear sleeve.
- Charm Dimensions Approx. 3/4″x 3/4″
- Earring Lenght Approx 1 3/8″ Long
- Metal Thickness .030 – .045″
- Permanently Printed
Choose from three earwire finishes:
- Silver over Brass
- Sterling Silver Filled
- Sterling Silver
***If there is a special type of ear wire you prefer, please let us know. We will do our best to accommodate you.***
The earrings can be quickly dipped in jewelry cleaner and immediately rinsed with water.
We custom cut and print the earrings upon receiving your order. Please allow one to three business days of production time. However, we strive to manufacture and ship within 24 business hours. Photos are for mockup purposes and inspiration only. Please remember there may be color variations on different screens.
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