Cute as a button 28mm earrings. Handmade from upcycled silk-cotton fabric covered buttons. A unique and limited edition piece of statement jewellery. Light and easy to wear, with hypo-allergenic stainless steel posts and scroll backs.
This design is called ‘Hale Watter’ and is inspired by wild Scottish weather, torrential downpours and storms.
The earrings come in a black card, presentation box, making them a perfect gift.
I offer free UK shipping. I send parcels through MyHermes who deliver in 3 working days (not weekends). They can deliver to a ‘safe place’ – so please let me know where this is for your delivery address.
I aim to get the parcel to the courier the next day after the order is placed (Monday to Friday), but please allow 7 days for delivery.
Each pair of earrings are made from recycled swatches of silk-cotton fabric drawn and designed by me and are 100% handmade by me. Each pair take around an hour to create, from cutting the fabric and lining, making the buttons, and assembling the earrings.
When each fabric swatch is recycled there are variations between the earrings depending on how the fabric has been cut, so your set may not exactly match the photos; however it will be very similar.
Made from: Made in Britain with silk-cotton blend, digitally printed fabric, lined with cotton poplin, around aluminium button backs, with stainless steel hypo-allergenic posts and scroll backs.
Dimensions: 28mm diameter per earring, the grid in the photos is exactly 1cm square
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Tanya Paget is the artist and designer behind Albaquirky. She set up the label as she wanted to make products that people could use to express their own identity and individuality, sometimes quietly and sometimes loudly!
Tanya has spent her life involved in the art and design world, she loves sharing with others the joy of shapes, colours, marks, meanings, connections, magic and individuality.
The label name comes from her roots as a Scot (Alba), her continued creative fascination with the Scottish landscape, alongside what she wants to offer with the designs; quirkiness, something a little different, pattern for individuals.