Plastic Earrings(201 items)
Discover the unique collection of Plastic Earrings that NOVICA artisans have designed and crafted for you:
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Catherine Offei Kwapong Handcrafted African beaded jewelry
"When I attended parties, I'd see women dressed up in beautiful beaded necklaces and I wondered how to create jewelry myself."
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Popular Plastic Earrings
Yellow Turquoise and Purple Recycled CD Dangle Earrings, "Color Explosion"$49.99
Artisan Rosario Leiva of Guatemala brings new life to recycled CDs in these beautiful and fascinating dangle earrings with sterling silver hooks. She melts the CD scrap in a mold, then artfully applies droplets of acrylic to achieve her desired colors--purple, turquoise, and yellow for this pair of earrings--and then fuses the CD material and acrylic together using a blow torch. The resulting effect is magnificent translucent color punctuated with air bubbles that create unique patterns.
About her work, the artisan says: "I love creating jewelry with materials that most people would discard. Let's all take the time to think about the endless opportunities we have to give 'waste' materials another chance."
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.
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.