These ear jacket backs just doubled your earring wardrobe! :)
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- If you purchase the “JACKETS ONLY” option, you will receive *ONLY* the BACK part of these earrings — you will need your OWN stud earrings to wear them. Think of the “jackets only” as an add-on to your earrings that you already have. (The colored brad holding the ear jackets on the card is NOT an earring — it is just there to hold the item in place for shipping.)
- If you purchase the “STUDS + JACKETS” option, you will receive BOTH the (front) stud earrings AND the (back) jacket parts. To get the exact look shown on the model in the photos please purchase the “studs + jackets” option!
I handmake each of these six-prong spikes out of sterling silver. There's a small hoop at the top that you'll slide onto the back of your earring post behind your ear, then secure it with the earnut like usual. You can also wear the jackets on the front side of your earlobe, behind any stud earrings (see pictures for examples). The sterling silver is lightly brushed for a shiny finish that will coordinate with all your earrings.
The spikes on the jackets measure 1/2" long.
These jackets are sold by themselves (as a set of two jackets) or with the carnelian studs shown in the pictures (as a set of two studs, and two jackets). The studs are made with beautiful, bright carnelian and can be worn by themselves as well!
Studs are secured with sterling silver earnuts.
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This is a made-to-order item and may take a few days processing time to be created for you. Please see the shop announcement for current turn-around times. I may have some in stock that are ready-to-ship – feel free to ask about that if you are in a hurry!
Please remember: Your individual piece is completely handmade and therefore may have slight variations to what is shown – it is meant to be unique, like you!
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All Blue and Blue products are designed and handcrafted in Portland, Oregon by Emerald Zedonek.