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Artisans & Adventurers

Gladiator Hoop Earrings

€44.00 EUR




Sizing: 8cm Height x 6cm Diameter








Our newest jewellery designs are perfect for the changing seasons. The ‘Symbols’ collection has been inspired by ancient motifs, hand crafted using traditional sand casting methods in Kenya using recycled gold-tone brass. Taking influences from African, Indian and Middle Eastern art, stand out pieces in the collection include our ‘Eye’ bracelet, ‘Paisley’ charm necklace and ‘Beauty Comb’ mobile earrings.
Laurel Wreaths and Gladiators have been considered throughout history as the ultimate symbol of honour and winning. Treat yourself or your friend to a piece from our Gladiator jewellery collection to celebrate good luck and success in life.
All jewellery comes gift wrapped in our recycled paper pouches, hand screen printed in India with our pretty bee print.








After several uses our recycled brass and silver jewellery will start to tarnish slightly. Some prefer the brass and silver when it becomes darker and more earthy. However you may prefer to restore your jewellery to its original polished gold tone.  The best way to polish your jewellery is to use a brass or silver polish, we suggest Brasso (Always follow the instructions on the bottle). If you don't have any polish to hand, or prefer a more natural alternative, cover half a lemon in salt and rub over your jewellery until you see the tarnish start to lift, rinse well and polish dry with a soft cloth.





 
Artisans & Adventurers aim is to fill the shopper with joy and be the go-to source for contemporary sustainable interior design and jewellery. The brand believes that every purchase can be made consciously to live a stylish sustainable lifestyle. 
Behind every product is a story and a craftsman or woman with whom A&A has a personal relationship.  Amy and Bee have travelled extensively to work directly with the individuals and groups involved in the production of the joyful products they sell.  They check out the factories and travel to rural areas to make safe practice is taking place.  Cutting out as many middlemen as possible and dealing directly with artisans ensures that the products are ethically made and materials are sustainably sourced.