Lapis Kite Earrings // One-of-a-Kind-Earrings-Twyla Dill-Seattle Jewelry-Handmade Jewelry-Seattle Jeweler-Twyla Dill
Lapis Kite Earrings // One-of-a-Kind-Earrings-Twyla Dill-Seattle Jewelry-Handmade Jewelry-Seattle Jeweler-Twyla Dill
Lapis Kite Earrings // One-of-a-Kind-Earrings-Twyla Dill-Seattle Jewelry-Handmade Jewelry-Seattle Jeweler-Twyla Dill

Lapis Kite Earrings // One-of-a-Kind

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The long kite shape of these Lapis studs reminds you to fly freely and catch the breezes in your life. Each time you wear these statement earrings, you will remember to look for and find wonder in your life. The perfect companion for someone who loves to travel and embrace new experiences!

The colors in this collection reflect the transition from cold, gloomy winter to warm, bright spring. Lapis has long been loved for its intense deep blue color. Wealthy Renaissance painters used paint that was made with Lapis to create rich tones in their compositions. Ancient Egyptians believed Lapis to provide protection and used it in some burial masks to protect someone moving into the next life. 

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Specs

  • Stud Size: 1 1/2" x 1/2"
  • Metal: Sterling Silver
  • Stone: Lapis
  • One-of-a-Kind
  • Hand crocheted fine cotton lace

The fine cotton lace used in your jewelry is washable - just use soap and warm water. 

Sterling Silver and Nickel-Free Brass can both be polished with the provided cloth. Just be careful to not rub over the lace. 

For more details on how to keep your jewelry clean, view the Twyla Dill Jewelry Care Guide.

Please allow 3-5 business days before your item is ready to ship, unless otherwise listed. 

Click here for custom orders where I'll work with you to create a timeline that works for the both of us. 

This item can be exchanged within 14 days of receiving the item per our Exchange Policy.

I work hard to ship my jewelry as sustainably as possible, almost all shipping materials are 100% recycled or can be recycled. 

Sustainably and lovingly made with recycled metals in Seattle, WA