Oh the allure of the Aztecs! Crafted from contrasting dark walnut and light curly maple, these playful yet sophisticated earrings are laser-cut with designs inspired by Mesoamerican civilizations. Meticulously crafted, they capture the essence of ancient craftsmanship, bringing their stories into the modern world. Lightweight, sustainable, and perfect for day or night.
- Materials - Laser engraved maple and walnut wood (vinegar dyed), brass inlay, 14k gold fill earwires
- Measurements - .5" w x 4" long
- Designed and crafted in San Francisco
Avoid submerging your jewelry in water, or trying to wash it. Light rain is totally fine.
Store your pieces in the baggie included in the packaging. You'll protect them from dust and metal tarnishing naturally due to moisture, oils, and air. Metal tarnish can be removed with products like a sunshine polishing cloth.
Put your jewelry on after applying makeup and hair styling products to ensure your pieces remain pristine.
When traveling, keep your pieces safe by storing them in the original packaging or your own padded jewelry organizer.
Based in San Francisco, Frances Chang draws deeply from her multicultural background, expanding on traditional patterns and shapes in new and meaningful ways. Her personal aesthetic stems from her work as a professional graphic designer and digital art director, mixed with craft skills she acquired metalsmithing. She strives to make pieces that are intricate and unexpected, with the lowest carbon footprint possible.