‘These pieces derive from the “sea monsters” collection that are sure to give you magical powers driven by the power of water when worn.
Beware of Fiji Mermaids, they will lure you in with their colourful looks and then pull you under water…
This piece is 9 carat gold, one of a kind with an amethyst to the middle and seafoam tourmaline to the side.
Hallmarked by the London assay office with my registered EOC mark.
Each item comes in custom black boxes that have a gold foil logo. All boxes are recycled as are all business cards and postcards that are also included.
Personalised handwritten note not a problem, please write note after payment to be included with your purchase.
One of a kind silver, hybrid earrings cast from snakeskin at the top and the bottom is hand fabricated honeycomb structures. For bee and serpeant lovers alike.
Assymetrical shapes add some quirkiness to the earrings and each one is made individually. The top part of the earrings are cast from snakeskin and have a beautiful texture and feel. The back is smooth for comfort against the ear.
The bottom honeycomb part has been cut from sheet and soldered with a wire frame edge and then “honeycomb enameling” has been done on the inside of the hand fabricated shapes. This enameling combination is unique to Eily and has been kiln fired on to around 800 degrees.
These are one of a kind stunning earrings that sit beautifully against the ear.
They have earring pins and extra large backs for security.
Unleash your inner “Medussa” with these one of a kind earrings cast from snakeskin combined with other hybrid species elements.
They are made in solid silver with green enamel on the “scale” part below that drops down in chandelier style on your ear.
Small green diamonds are set into the top part of the earring that sits flat against your ear.
Extra large earring backs will keeo them securely on your ear.
They are truly beautiful on.
Made as part of recent snakeskin series I have been doing as interested in using new textures.
These hand painted, coloured earrings have been double fired and enamelled to around 800 degrees. They are cast from little acorn nuts into solid silver and then the blue enamel with an extra layer of a purple glimmer has been fired inside of the acorn after being painted.