Wattle Song Earrings
These limited edition botanically inspired earrings feature intricately hand-sawn silhouettes of blossoming Wattles soldered into an oval (ish) backing frame. I have always loved wattles, in Mt Rowan my mother has planted many different species. There is nothing quite like the flourish of yellow standing out when these trees are in blossom. They are a wonderful source of food for our native wildlife too. The golden wattle has been formally adopted as the floral emblem of Australia and the 1st of September has formally been declared ‘National Wattle Day’ These two are quite statement pieces, but lightweight – making them very fun to wear.
These were incredibly enjoyable to create, and very time consuming. Drilling, Layering, hand-stamping, sawing, texturing, soldering, and polishing are just some of the steps taken to bring it to life. Each process done with care and accuracy to create a piece that will last a lifetime. Created in recycled sterling silver, this precious metal has been oxidised (blackened) and then lightly polished but left with a satin shine. Each earring is hand-cut with a tiny sawblade and therefore slightly unique and never perfectly matched. I make sure each earring is as close to a mirror image of its other half in design as possible.
Dimensions – Each earring measures approximately 32mm high X 25mm wide (at its highest and widest points) Created entirely from reclaimed and recycled Sterling Silver, The Gauge (thickness) of the silver is 1mm making the piece strong and durable.
The ear hooks are also hand-fabricated from sterling silver.
Made with lots of love, heart and soul.
These are ‘ready to go’ so please enjoy prompt shipping! This piece is part of a limited edition series where I have duplicated this design.
RGSilver products always come packaged, which is also perfect for gift giving.
The earrings also have my Makers Mark and a Sterling Silver 925 Hallmark on the reverse of one of the pairs.
(The model in the images is the Beautiful Zara Wilson)