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Pinched Bead Hoops
Pinched Bead Hoops
Pinched Bead Hoops
Pinched Bead Hoops
Pinched Bead Hoops
Pinched Bead Hoops
Pinched Bead Hoops
Pinched Bead Hoops
Pinched Bead Hoops
Pinched Bead Hoops
Pinched Bead Hoops
Pinched Bead Hoops
Pinched Bead Hoops
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Pinched Bead Hoops

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Hand formed porcelain beads are threaded onto fine, 14k gold-filled hoops to create earrings that are lightweight and make a statement.

The white and gold beads are carefully pinched, glazed and fired before 14k gold luster is delicately painted onto each edge then fired again.

The black porcelain beads are unglazed, giving it a satin finish that will patina beautifully over time.

Hardware is nickel-free gold-filled wire.

Because each pair is handmade and unique, the shape, size, and pattern of the product you receive may vary slightly from what is pictured here.

Dimensions: hoops is 1 3/4" in diameter

Care information:
Porcelain jewelry is fragile, and takes a bit of simple, special care. Store pieces away from other jewelry that could scratch them, especially items with gold luster. When traveling, keep jewelry in a box to prevent pressure and breakage. Be careful when removing pieces over hard surfaces like tile and concrete. Unglazed surfaces can become slightly dirty over time from handling--simple use a mild soap and scrub gently with a toothbrush.