Upcycled Gemstone Jewellery, handmade in Brighton

Lily earrings in gold filled with aqua jade
Lily earrings in gold filled with aqua jade
Lily earrings in gold filled with aqua jade
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Lily earrings in gold filled with aqua jade

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A B O U T T O B A

~ Welcome to my shop, Toba Brighton ~ an independent, gemstone Jewellery boutique based in Brighton, UK.

~ Every piece is made with love, using the highest quality, long lasting materials and delicate Jewellery making techniques.

~ Toba jewellery is always sent gift wrapped in responsibly sourced, recyclable packaging. I'm also very happy to add personalised, handwritten notes in your order. I believe it's these little touches that set etsy shops apart and I love to do everything I can to make your order as special as possible.

C O L L E C T I O N

~ Aqua Jade 'Lily earrings'

Y O U R J E W E L L E R Y

~ These beautiful Gold Lily earrings are topped with a beautiful 6mm upcycled Jade bead, delicately wire wrapped to create a stylish, long lasting piece of eco conscious jewellery.

~ The earring hooks are high quality gold-filled sterling silver. They are naturally hypoallergenic and super comfy to wear.

~ Being a natural stone, each has it's own individual markings and tone. I take extra care to ensure that you will have a beautifully matching pair.

M E A S U R E M E N T S

~ Lily dimensions...

~ 6mm Jade beads

~ Total drop length...

C A R E A D V I C E

~ To preserve the quality, I recommend that these not be worn in water as this can weaken the wire wrapping over a long period of time. Sterling silver is actually fine to wear in water, but since these hoops have delicate charm attachments, I would advise not.

~ These materials may naturally oxidise (darken) over a long period of time. To polish, use a glass or silver polish cloth to gently buff the surface. Natural soap may also be used, but try not to add chemicals to the surface wherever possible.

T H A N K Y OU

~ Thank you for visiting my shop! If you have any further questions, please feel free to send me a message ~ I answer very quickly :)

~ For regular updates, please follow me on social media via @tobabrighton (instagram, facebook & twitter).

Made with love,
Jemma Xx