Inspired by the water, these handmade wave textured stud earrings are made of bronze precious metal clay, patina colouring, and resin.
These studs are made with hypoallergenic surgical steel posts so you can be sure your ears won’t get irritated.
Whether you’re wearing them to the office or out on the town, these beauties will dress up your ears. Please keep in mind that tiny lines and flaws are characteristic of metal clay and add to its artisan feel. No two pieces are ever alike, and the earrings that you get may vary slightly from those depicted in the images.
Earrings measure .35″ (0.9 cm).
Care instructions will be provided with shipment.
The earrings will be shipped to you in a small box and bag, ready for you to give as a gift, or as a gift to yourself.
This item is made to order.
Your order will ship via Canada Post within 5-7 business days of receiving the order. Shipping times may vary but the standard delivery within Canada is 2-7 business days.
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Meet the Designer
Melanie Neves | Toronto
Born and raised in Toronto, Melanie’s parents always put a huge emphasis on education. She graduated from university with both a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education, but unfortunately teaching jobs were few and far between. She took a job unrelated to her field and quickly worked her way up to manager, only to realize that she felt very unfulfilled.
Having always been a creative person she thought it would be a good idea to get her creative juices flowing. Her excitement peaked upon discovering metal clay. She tried to balance working over 40 hours per week at a job she was beginning to hate with learning about metal clay, and trying to become inspired and create unique pieces of jewellery during her downtime. Exhausted from work and with the state of her happiness, her creativity was diminishing. She decided life is too short.
Taking a leap of faith she quit her day job, determined to turn her passion into a successful business. And just like that, Kĕme Jewellery was born. "Kĕme" is a slight twist on the ancient Egyptian word "khēmia", meaning transmutation of earth. She is still continuously amazed by the alchemy that takes place working with metal clay.