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  • F|W 2017-18 - Earn Your Stripes
  • F|W 2017-18 - Earn Your Stripes
  • F|W 2017-18 - Earn Your Stripes
  • F|W 2017-18 - Earn Your Stripes

F|W 2017-18 - Earn Your Stripes

$ 88.00

In four key fall | winter colors - Golden Lime, Grenadine, Marina, and Navy Peony. We'll select color-matched anodized aluminum backing petals and hypoallergenic niobium ear wires to best complement the earrings. This is a digital "swatch" of the earring. Actual earring will be constructed in the traditional layered fashion that is the hallmark of Petals to the Metal. 

Earrings are available in 3 standard lengths - 2", 2.25", and 2.75" (see Length Guide). Petals are 3/4" wide. 

Our signature Petals to the Metal Earrings are shaped in beautiful, intricate clusters that are visually hard to miss, but surprisingly lightweight and comfortable. Cotton rag watercolor paper is hand-patterned using original acrylic films, cut and dapped to shape and then glazed with a glossy enamel finish. These pattern-centric petals are then set with anodized aluminum and layered to create shapes in varying lengths and sizes that are stunning from every angle. Each step of this intricate, hands-on process is performed entirely in-studio by Diana Ferguson, resulting in a true original. Petals to the Metal earrings are perfect for everyday wear or as an evening statement piece. Waterproof and UV-protected. DFJ earrings are handcrafted, and so minor variations in pattern may occur. 

Crafted in-studio with hand-patterned cotton rag paper & anodized aluminum. Non-tarnish, highly water resistant but do remove before bathing/swimming. Protect from spray-on beauty products. Clean with a soft, damp cloth. Wear with joy! 

Swatches are my digital representation of the pattern ways. I individually create and cut each petal so actual layout may vary from what is shown and from earring to earring. However, the overall effect will be the same. Also, actual colors may vary slightly due to the fact that every computer monitor has a different capability to display colors and that everyone sees these colors differently. I try to edit photos to show the samples in as lifelike a manner as possible.