Dainty silver studs handcrafted in eco-silver with a hammered finish and shaped a bit like a tiny mushroom cap. The tiny hand-tooled facets catch the light and will add a delicate twinkle to your day.
- Handmade in the UK
- Crafted in reclaimed sterling silver with butterfly pushbacks
- Each stud measures approximately 4.5mm across
- Packaged in a recyclable box
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Simple sustainable jewellery, beautifully packaged in a recyclable box, ready for gifting, wearing and enjoying.
Care: To keep clean we recommend using the Platinum Paper cloth included. Avoid wearing silver jewellery when swimming or bathing.
Osakana Chan Jewellery was started in 2019 by Sarina Iwabuchi in her home in Nottingham, in-between days of being a neuroscientist. These in-between days provided a much-needed creative outlet and lots of experimenting with little bits of silver. Thus began the Osakana Chan journey!
All the pieces are carefully handcrafted from recycled 925 sterling silver following ethical and eco-friendly practices. Sarina cares deeply about the planet and the next generations to come so believes that even these small steps can make a big impact. All the packaging is biodegradable, recyclable or recycled to keep the carbon footprint to a minimum, more sustainable, ethical, and eco-friendly.
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