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Two-Toned Yellow Dangle Earrings

Two-Toned Yellow Dangle Earrings
Two-Toned Yellow Dangle Earrings
  • Two-Toned Yellow Dangle Earrings
  • Two-Toned Yellow Dangle Earrings

Jewelry is one of the most popular accessories. It can easily transform the look bringing some zest to your style and outfit. These dangle earrings will bring some color to your life. The piece features two toned mosaic glass plates hanging from metal French hooks. The item will look perfect with casual or dress outfit. Wear with any color for fun contrast or brighten up a black or white blouse. 



To create jewelry, often called fused glass jewelry, Paulina first selects the glass she would like to use and cuts it into the shapes and sizes she will use for the piece. To fuse the glass together, Paulina uses a ceramic oven specifically designed for glass. The oven is heated more than 800 degrees Celsius and the time is usually about 20 minutes depending on how melted the piece is to be. After the piece has cooled, Paulina will add the necessary parts to create either a necklace, earrings, ring or hair barrette. Each piece created is entirely unique. Although some can be made to be similar, no two pieces are ever entirely the same. 

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$4.00 USD

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About the artisan
Paulina Sanchez Hernandez - Glass art Artisan from Mexico
Mexico City, D.F. , Mexico
Paulina Sanchez Hernandez loves working with color. She has dedicated the past 10 years of her life to learning everything she can about glass art, and now specializes in making small, ornamental... Read more
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