These Music Theory earrings from Ten Thousand Villages are further evidence that music comes from the heart! Ethically made in India, these earrings are inspired by the beautiful shapes used by musicians to write down music. Here, a treble clef is adorned with a pretty black bead. Skilled artisans make these fun earrings in Nairobi (Kenya)—receiving a fair wage for their beautiful work, of course!
Dangling earrings are a great way to make a bold fashion statement, as they can give any outfit a boost! In this case, you can be fashionable and ethical with these stylish earrings!
Because these earrings are made of silver-plated copper and brass, you can expect them to remain rust-free for a long time.
- Name: Music Theory earrings
- Product: Music-inspired hook earrings
- Category: Jewellery, earrings
- Brand: Ten Thousand Villages
- Fair trade body: World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO)
- Item size: 1cm/0.5 inches wide by 6cm/2.25 inches high
- Producer organization: Trinity Jewellery Crafts
- Origin country: Kenya
- Package details: simple cardboard tag to attache earrings to
- Details: These pretty and dangly earrings are perfect for the music-lover in your life! These treble clef-shaped earrings are a pretty, shiny silver colour, so they’ll go with all sorts of outfits! Also, did we mention the makers earned a fair wage for their gorgeous work? Hit a high note with your next fashion statement by choosing fair trade jewelry!