Brighten up your outfit with these unique, colourful earrings made with vibrant fabric discovered in a market in Accra, Ghana.
Matico feels passionately about sustainable fashion and the jewellery is predominantly made using fabric offcuts after making Matico lampshades.
The colours and pattern in each piece of jewellery will be similar to these pictured, but as they are handmade using the fabric offcuts, each piece is one-of-a-kind which adds to their uniqueness and charm.
All parcels are sent in fully recyclable packaging with no plastic. A care card and notecard is included in every order. If you have a note you wish to include in the order, please write this in the checkout note box.
- Cotton fabric covered stainless steel disks
- Stainless Steel studs
- Stainless Steel backs
- Silver plated triangle dangles or black painted brass triangle dangles
All jewellery are nickel and lead free. Stainless Steel studs and backs are used as they are hypoallergenic.
Small Disk 2cm diameter
Larger Disk 4cm diameter
It is advised that you remove jewellery before showering or washing and that you apply scents and lotions before wearing any jewellery. Please store safely when not in use in the bag/box provided. If needed, it is possible to clean your Matico jewellery with mild soap and a damp cloth, then let to dry naturally.
Matico is a small business. I lovingly hand make all your orders in a little studio in Wales. I aim to dispatch within 5-7 working days, but please let me know if you need your items by a specific time, as I will always try my best to meet your requirements.
Orders that are shipped to countries outside of the United Kingdom may be subject to import taxes, customs duties and fees levied by the destination country once a shipment reaches your country. All international customers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for these or for any delays due to customs.
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