“Sea Born” Seahorse Earrings
Enamel and brass jewelry
If you’re the kind of person who’s enchanted by the sea, this is the collection for you. We’ve designed a number of dresses and accessories inspired by misty mornings on the beach, crashing waves, and of course the wonderful creatures that live in the ocean. We’ve used bright colors reminiscent of the flora and fauna of the sea, and really feel that we have captured the essence of the lively world beneath the waves.
These earrings were designed in-house by one of our artists. They’re designed to look like little seahorses, and appeal in an artistic but not quite cartoony way. Our artists are often inspired by manuscripts and medieval European art, which lends itself to designs that look great with a medieval costume but also don’t look odd with modern clothing and outfits.
The earrings come as a pair and start out in the blacksmithing workshop, where they’re laser cut from 1.5mm brass. Once they’re cut, the fine filigree pieces are given to our jewelry studio where they are filed to perfection to remove unnecessary sharp edges. They’re completed by our enamel specialist who shades of blue and applies the color to the gaps in the brass by hand.
From start to end, these earrings are made with care and love, with great attention to detail and an artisanal finish.
Please contact us if you have any additional questions.
- 1.5mm brass;
- ArmStreet designed seahorse shape;
- Colorful enamel;
- Statement jewelry;
- High-quality brass.
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Melissa 24 of December 2021:
I find the earrings difficult to put on and I’m worried if I bend the hook to make it easier it will weaken it and it will break. So I’m trying to find a way to change out the hooks for one’s that work more easily.
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