Ivy Leaf Earrings (drop or stud)

£95.00

Though often a pest for gardeners, ivy is a well-loved member of the plant family and is a popular subject among artists. As a (slightly too) common feature in my garden, it was destined to make it into my collection – particularly as, being dark and damp, it is the perfect hangout for earwigs!

Wear them as a delicate pair of matching earrings – or, to mimic nature, as a companion to my earwig.

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Description

Inspiration for my Ivy Leaf Earrings (drop or stud)

The original ivy leaf was made as a commission piece to commerate a lady called Ivy, the mother of one of my regular customers. In her house, the little ivy leaf accompanies my hedgehog ornament – a pairing which I too have adopted. It was one of those subjects that I probably wouldn’t have thought of without my customer prompting me. However, you will notice that many of my product photos feature ivy in some way. And it is such a suitable leaf to accompany many of my subjects. So, from that initial tiny leaf came a range of ivy themed items, including these ivy leaf earrings.

We are lucky enough to have a typical cottage garden, full of flowers. And I like mine a little on the wild side. So I let the ivy wander freely through my garden – until such time as I feel it’s taking liberties. And then I give it the gardening equivalent of a crew cut! But then I love watching it grow back – such tiny delicate little leaves. It is a particularly suitable model in my collection – having a range of insects that love its dark, damp protection, particularly my earwigs!

Material:

Sterling Silver

Hallmarked or Makers Mark:

Makers’ Mark

Dimensions:

The ivy leaf itself measures 15mm wide by 14mm long. Earring total drop length is 33mm

Shipping information

Free UK delivery.

I send all items by registered mail to ensure that they are delivered safely.

Order leadtimes

I aim to keep a small stock of each item, including popular sizes, at all times. Should an item be out of stock or made to order, order leadtime is normally 3-4 weeks.

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