These rainbow palette stud earrings are one of three designs celebrating the lgbtqia+ community. Don’t worry! No need to be queer to feel comfortable wearing these. All allies are welcome and everyone loves a rainbow!
*Comes with nickel-free studs.
*Wooden texture and dotted with colour in red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.
*They are approximately 1,4 cm long and 1,2 cm wide.
*The studs are securely fastened and are baked into the clay with a thin piece of additional clay.
*Materials used are polymer clay, liquid clay, chalk pastel and nickel-free steel.
*Due to being handmade, each palette will vary slightly from one another.
*The material used makes these earrings fairly light and sturdy, but I would not recommend throwing it to the ground, this might cause damage. IF anything were to break, simply use super glue or two-component epoxy and it will look brand new.
*Please note that the colours may vary slightly due to light condition when the photo was taken. I do my best to edit the photos so as to show the colours as true as possible.
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If you have chosen to receive an exchange, on receipt of the returned item, a replacement item will be made. In the unlikely event your item needs to be repaired, you’ll be informed how long this will take.