You can’t help but feel fun and fabulous in a pair of Amazing Grace earrings. Immediately recognisable by their oversized proportions and fantastic fringing, these showstoppers have been exclusively designed for gOOOders, meaning you won’t find them anywhere else. Crafted from natural cotton and silver, these earrings are made in Myanmar by a fantastic NGO that supports local artisans and disadvantaged communities. A shining example for jewellery brands everywhere.
Based in Myanmar, Amazing Grace is an NGO that supports local artisans and disadvantaged communities. Every item has been handmade, carefully crafted by local artisans and coloured using natural dyes with traditional methods.
Natural cotton, silver.
Diameter 2 cm, fringes 3cm.
Wipe the surface with a soft, dry cloth.
SHIPPING & RETURNS
Shipping Costs We ship all over the world! If you are in the EU, shipping costs are 15€ per order. If your order is above 150€, shipping is on us! If you are not in the EU, shipping costs are 30€ per order. If your order is above 300€, shipping is on us!
Shipping Times All orders come with a tracking code so you will be able to follow your Goood order on its way to you! Do note that delays on shipping times would depend on your country and postal code.
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