mini flat lucite earstuds

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mini flat lucite earstuds

39.00

flat round lucite earrings

made of acrylic circle with silver earstud

the silver stud is tightly riveted close to the edge of the disc

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tiny round lucite earrings

made of acrylic circle with silver earstuds

the silver plug is tightly riveted close to the edge of the disc

the stud and disc are polished

the edge of the disc is frosted to capture the light

Dimensions:

Diameter of the disc 0,8cm

thickness of the disc 1,5mm

the invisible specimens among the small earrings

as you can see in the last photo, the ear studs are also available in two larger versions...

Care instructions:

As silver jewellery tends to tarnish when in contact with the air, it should be stored airtight when it is not worn. For this purpose, a matching plastic bag that can be airtightly sealed is supplied with each piece of jewellery.

In the case of acrylic, please note that it is relatively easily scratched and should therefore not come into contact with rough or sharp-edged objects without protection. Especially in the case of a flat surface, such as that of these earrings, packaging in a plastic bag is recommended for transport and storage. Rough or sharp-edged objects also include other pieces of jewellery made of metal and nail files.

Solvents such as acetone can damage acrylic. Therefore you should keep your acrylic jewellery away from cleaning agents containing solvents, cosmetics such as nail polish remover and disinfectants.

Cleaning:

dry - rub with a silver cleaning cloth

wet - soak briefly with warm water and mild detergent and then dry off.

Be careful not to use use hard brushes or rough sponges, otherwise the surface of the jewellery will get scratches.