Aurora Borealis Earrings
Aurora Borealis Earrings
These beautiful seed bead earrings are an original design by Rebecca, made in Dublin, Ireland.
- Handwoven with Miyuki Delica seed beads
- 10cm long from top of ear wire to bottom of dangle
- Brass findings
- Inspired by the Aurora Borealis over Donegal in February 23. Magica
- This is a made to order item. I do my best to get orders shipped ASAP but please note each bead is handwoven (with love) so please give a week for assembly.
- If you would like this made in a particular colour please send Rebecca an email.
Rebecca is entirely self-taught and finds that her best design ideas come to her during meditation. Having spent the last 20 years as a spiritual healer, Rebecca felt a calling to all express herself through jewellery making and craft, with each piece having special significance for the wearer.
Rebecca combines a mix of sterling silver, 14K gold fill, brass, bronze, and resin with a huge range of high-grade natural stones keeping the emphasis on quality and long-term wearability.
Native American bead weaving is a traditional art form that has been practiced by Native American
communities for centuries. It involves weaving small beads together using a needle and thread to
create intricate designs and patterns. Beadwork has been an important part of Native American
cultures and has been used to create everything from ceremonial regalia to everyday clothing and
Native American bead weaving is a highly skilled craft that requires a great deal of patience and
attention to detail. Traditionally, the beads used in Native American beadwork were made from
natural materials such as bone, shell, and stone. However, today, many Native American artists use
glass beads in their work, which come in a wide variety of colors and shapes.
There are many different styles of Native American bead weaving, each with their own unique
designs and patterns. Some of the most well-known styles include Plains beadwork, which is
characterized by geometric designs and bright colors, and Iroquois beadwork, which is known for its
floral patterns and use of naturalistic colors.
Happy to help
If you have any questions about any of the specific pieces, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to help.
If you are not happy with your purchase for any reason please contact us. We accept returns and exchanges within 14 days of delivery.
New Collection Alchemy now available
Inspired by re found freedoms, the ability to now see friends and family in person, we are working on a limited number of earring designs for that special occasion, or just to add style to that date with a coffee.