Etsy :: ByMeFromNature :: Birds of a Feather.... Goose Feather Hoop Earrings

Etsy :: ByMeFromNature :: Birds of a Feather.... Goose Feather Hoop Earrings
Goose Feather Hoop Earrings. These earrings are Very Bold and Very Unique I shaped and layered Orange goose feathers to create these earrings. The earrings are approximately 3.5"-4" Long (measured from hook), lightweight **obviously their feathers!!! ;)**and are firmly secured with a silver metal enclourse which connects to a silver metal earring hook. If you would like you gold plated or brass hardware on your pair I can accomodate that, just send me a convo. FYI: Each pair will be slightly different from the the pair pictured here as they are all hand made and difficult to exactly duplicate. All items will be shipped in a small jewelry box to preseve the shape and beauty of earrings
akuba discovered 106 months ago
  • 15.00 USD
  • Christal says

    B-) Cool

    106 months ago

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