Siena Drop Earrings in Recycled Silver
Discover the exquisite Siena Drop Earrings from Rosie Priestley Jewellery, a collection inspired by the innovative spirit of the Renaissance period. Crafted by Rosie, an independent jeweller, these earrings blend the artistry of Northern Italian towns with the modernity of 3D printing technology and the age-old tradition of sand casting.
- Inspiration: Drawing from the Renaissance era, known for its creativity and rebirth, these earrings symbolise new beginnings.
- Craftsmanship: Handcrafted in recycled sterling silver, embodying both sustainability and elegance.
- Techniques: A unique combination of modern 3D printing and traditional sand casting techniques are used, showcasing a blend of historical and contemporary craftsmanship.
- Dimensions: Each earring measures 15x10mm, with a 40mm earwire, providing a subtle yet noticeable presence.
- Material: Made entirely of sterling silver, ensuring durability and a timeless appeal.
- Weight: With a weight of 3.7g per earring, they offer comfort for all-day wear.
The Siena Drop Earrings by Rosie Priestley Jewellery are a testament to Rosie's dedication to creating unique, meaningful pieces that reflect a deep appreciation for history and innovation.
Shipping Time: Ready to ship
Metal Purity: Solid
I hope you love your Rosie Priestley jewellery but if you’d like to return something it couldn’t be simpler. Please email me with your name, address, order number and reason for return and I’ll send you a pre-paid returns label. For me to be able to process a refund, your items must be returned in their original packaging and unworn condition within 14 days of receipt. I’m able to accept returns on earrings if they’re returned unworn.
You can see Rosie Priestley Jewellery’s full return policy at the bottom of their storefront.
Rosie Priestley Jewellery
Informed by her background in graphic design, Rosie's jewellery is hand crafted for the individually-minded, playing with strong shapes and negative space. She loves experimenting with modern techniques like 3D printing combined with the ancient art of sand casting to create unique forms and textures. All small batch or one-of-a-kind, she uses recycled sterling silver, gold vermeil and semi-precious stones.
My journey into jewellery making was inspired by my grandmother who was a huge inspiration to me. She was a strong character who always looked amazing and oozed confidence. I realised I could emulate that confidence if I looked the part. If I put my best self forward, I’m ready to face anything, and the icing on the cake is a few select pieces of jewellery. I like to think that wearing my jewellery might empower others to feel confident and positive in themselves, and ready to take on whatever challenges life throws at them.