Eco Friendly Brass Earrings(70 items)
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It will be an heirloom in time
These earrings are spectacular. Ordered them for a gift but they are already hanging in my jewelry box. The color I received were a bit darker than shown here but still lovely. Try them and you will not see them on someone else.
Wonderful earrings - beautifully made
Thank you for these delicious earrings. I make my own paper bead jewelry, too. These earrings look so nice with one of my own necklaces. I know the work that goes into making these beads, so I do like to support the artisans who make them. I have had these several years, so there may be a review somewhere already. Pardon the duplication. Many of my reviews got lost.
Rita Addo Zakour Wood carvings and beaded jewelry
"I do my designing with African concepts in mind."
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Popular Eco Friendly Brass Earrings
Sese Wood Coconut Shell and Plastic Earrings from Ghana, "African Monolith"$23.99
Beads of sese wood, coconut shell, and recycled plastic are stacked like stoic monoliths in this pair of dangle earrings from Ghana. Designed by Catherine Offei Kwapong, the earrings feature shades of brown, hanging from brass hooks.
Chinese Theme Recycled Plastic Earrings from Ghana, "Gift from Asia"$19.99
By Rita Addo Zakour, these elegant earrings pay tribute to the Chinese people who began making their home in Accra in the late 1940s. She crafts the pair with beads derived from recycled plastic drinking bottles. They depict an Asian shield in black and ivory.
Recycled paper dangle earrings, "Continuity"
Akwele Suma selects a palette of grey, brown, cream and golden hues for the design of these earrings. Adorned with sese wood beads, the earrings are crafted by hand with rolled up strips of paper recycled from a variety of printed sources. Secured with waxed linen threads, the earrings hang from brass wires.
The artist uses the paper at hand so paper colors will vary, making each design a unique example of handcrafted art. These beads receive a protective coat of clear nail polish.
Wood Beaded Earrings on Brass Hooks from Ghana, "Desert Bird"$17.99
Elizabeth Alorchie-Apetor selects warm earth tones for the design of this stunning pair of earrings. She crafts the earrings by hand with sese wood beads. The larger beads are painted with natural dyes evoking the shape of a bird's beak. Thin black beads of recycled plastic separate the wood beads. The earrings are worn on brass hooks.