Lever-back earrings with a black and white Queen Anne's lace theme.Attention: last items in stock!
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Earrings with an image of a Queen Anne's lace flower (wild carrot) in black and white. Black and white is never boring because the contrast brings a lot of light and is goes easily with a lot of outfits.
These sleeper format earrings (frenchwire) are guaranteed nickel and lead free. They close behind the ear with a small lever. The image is an impression on specialized paper with pigment-based inks and resins that are waterproof and photostable (this means that the image will not fade with time even if left in bright sunlight)It is sealed in under a glass cabochon which measures 16 mm diameter. The overall length of the earring is just under 3cm.
They are a classic format that look good with every style: their image is what makes them unique and you choose the one that best tells your story, or simply that goes wonderfully with an outfit you have in mind.
Queen Anne was tatting white lace. (Tatting is the all-but-lost art of making lace by hand.) The beautiful white lace she was tatting became the white lacy flowers of the wild carrot plant. She pricked her finger and one drop of blood oozed out. This became the central dark red or purple sterile floret that is present on some, but not all, Queen Anne's Lace flowers.