- 70% laka, 20% mother of pearl, 5% brass, 5% silver
- Total length of the earrings is approx 8 cm
- Width about 3 cm
- The post is made of silver
These oval stud earrings were created using elements that Anna Orska designed during her trip to Vietnam. The elements were made by local craftsmen using a lacquering technique whose roots go back six thousand years. The distinctive design, as well as the expressive color scheme of black and white, show the artist's contemporary interpretation of Asian art.
The long earrings are encrusted with floral patterns, hand-cut from mother-of-pearl. The decoration is embedded in black high gloss lace. The classic earrings are adorned with a brass setting and a round mother-of-pearl element. Artistic jewelry is extremely lightweight. Minimalist earrings with a floral motif will be the perfect adornment for fans of original solutions.
Earrings have been handcrafted in limited quantity. Pearl decoration was made by hand so it may vary slightly from the picture.