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*Niobium is naturally as hypo-allergenic as pure gold so these earrings can be worn by anyone and everyone. It is about 20% lighter than sterling silver and less than half the weight of gold.

These elegantly simple earrings feature a single 6mm Swarovski faux pearl in Cream with a tiny matte black glass cube bead. They measure 1 3/16 inches (29mm) high by 9/16 inch (14mm) at their widest. Because these are individually handcrafted, the pair you get may not be exactly like the pair in the photos, but they will be carefully matched to each other. Comfortable and easy to wear. No mollusks were harmed in the making of these earrings.

If you would like the earwires coloured (free of charge!), just let me know the colour number and name in the message to seller area when you check out. If you would like them in a variegated colour blend, please contact me before you order to see if the colour combination you want is possible. Niobium is notoriously difficult to photograph and your monitor's display may be very different from mine, so please, read the names of the colours in the colour chart. The anodized colours of niobium are rich, saturated and bright.

*These come with rubber earwire clutches for extra security. I don't want you to lose them.

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Niobium earrings: Marquise hypoallergenic earrings with 6mm Swarovski faux pearls in Cream

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: niobium wire, Swarovski pearls, tiny cube beads
  • Ships worldwide from Perth, Canada
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