Wood Stud Earrings: Willy Wagtail
Willie Wagtail challenges you to a dance-off! The Noongar name for Willie Wagtail is 'Djidi-djidi'.
These earrings are made from native timber salvaged from furniture making. Leftover pieces of wood are laser cut then printed with non-toxic, environmentally friendly water-based inks.
The simple 1.5cm circle stud design showcases Philippa Nikulinsky’s detailed watercolour artwork, skilfully reproduced by a manufacturer based in beautiful Whadjuk Noongar Boodja (Perth), Western Australia.
The varied grain of native Eucalyptus wood makes each piece unique. Studs are lightweight, and use stainless steel* ear posts for sensitive ears.
-Lightweight, Yarri (Swan River Blackbutt, Eucalyptus patens) timber
-1.5cm diameter, approximately 2mm thick,
-Non-toxic, environmentally friendly water-based inks
-Hypoallergenic stainless steel ear posts
*Stainless-steel (also known as surgical steel) is a hypoallergenic metal, meaning it is unlikely to cause an allergic reaction. Stainless steel does contain a small amount of nickel, however, so if you are allergic to nickel please get in touch about a custom nickel-free pair.
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Willy Wagtail Stud Earrings are part of the Feathers & Fur Jewellery Collection. Choose from six different designs of Stud Earrings, and pair with a matching (or different!) Brooch.