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Cow bone flower earrings, 'Frangipani Moon'

Item # 51444
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Escorted by frangipanis, the moon smiles serenely in the design of these earrings. By Bali's Buana, the sterling silver earrings are crafted by hand and are centered by cow bone masks.

.925 Sterling silver Made in Indonesia.

  • Hook earrings
  • High polish finish
  • 1.8" L x 0.8" W
  • Weight: 0.32 oz
  • Sterling silver and cow bone
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Indonesia. Please allow 9 to 20 days for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

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Recent reviews:

March 22, 2013 - The faces are so delicate and beautiful and the silver around them seems sturdy. Mine look very much like the picture. The hooks are very long. I had to bend mine close to the joining ring to shorten them. They are heavy but if you're already used to bigger earrings they won't pull too much. I bought these because I have one of the rings and I love the moon image.

Artisan: Buana

Artisan Buana

Like most people who were born and live in Gianyar Regency, Buana has been surrounded by handicrafts since he was a child. Gianyar is a part of Bali known throughout the world for its beautiful landscapes and exceptional artistic legacy. Handicrafts like shadow puppets made of cowhide, woodcarving and silver jewelry are created there in towns like Tegalalang, Ubud, Sukawati and Celuk.

In 1990, Buana decided to learn to craft silver jewelry from a friend in Celuk. He learned it all, from the very basic skills like sanding, polishing and making plates to very advanced techniques. Supported by his family, Buana has continued his profession as silversmith.

"I am thankful to God for giving me such a great gift so I can make a living for my family. Not much, perhaps, but enough for our simple way of life," he says. "Hopefully, I can offer a better future to my wife and two children."

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