Aardes
V Earrings

£145.00
This will be shipped to you directly from Aardes in United Kingdom

Each piece is hand crafted in London by Dutch jewellery artist Birgit Toke Tauke Frietman of Drawn Jewellery for Aardes. Each pair of earrings are unique.

The Drawn Jewellery x Aardes collaboration came about during lockdown 2020 when a need to connect and be creative felt more crucial than ever. There was an immediate relationship between Frietman’s love of natural form and Aardes’ connection to nature and botanics.

Materials: dried flowers, moss agate stone and solid, recycled 14k gold. With the gold pinch bails, which will be left after the flowers have decayed, we encourage the wearer to make their own bouquets or adornments to add to the earrings, expanding the collaboration further

Care: The dried flower elements are delicate and are not designed for continuous wear. They can be removed and worn when desired.

Delivery

Your items will be shipped to you directly by the individual brands, therefore shipping times can vary and your order may arrive in multiple packages. Estimated shipping times and final shipping costs are calculated at checkout.

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Returns.

If you are not happy with your purchase you will have 14 days from receipt of your item to submit a return request. And a further 14 days to return the item. You will be responsible for the return shipping costs.

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The Brand:

Aardes

Aardes aims to combine crafts, philosophies and skills from around the world. Designed in London, the fabrics are hand printed in Jaipur, India using the ancient, traditional craft of block-printing by a team of skilled artisans. Aardes aim is to keep the craft of block-printing alive, to spread awareness of the skills involved and support the craftspeople who continue to use this beautiful method of printing.

The collection is made in small batch runs, producing only one collection a year. Each garment comes in a variety of prints, and generally only one of each size per print, meaning it's unlikely you will see someone with the same piece as you.