Technically these lovely earrings are rhombus shaped which, I'm sure you remember from geometry class (!), means is a simple, non-self-intersecting, quadrilateral whose four sides all have the same length. Many would also call them diamonds, but you can see where that word might not work so well for me here! Personally, I prefer the more poetic harlequin. Regardless of what we call it, it's a shape that has long intrigued me. This pair features some lovely vintage orange blossoms.
These harlequins are hand cut, the edges are filed and finished smooth and the pieces are then formed slightly for added interest and rigidity. They are approximately .75" (19mm) wide and hang approximately 2.25" (60mm) from the ear.
All adaptive reuse pieces come to you neatly displayed on an upcycled card and sustainably wrapped ready for gift-giving.
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