Earstud Katja Gold Plated Single Piece

€49 Inclusive Tax
The Katja Earstud draws inspiration from the Katja link and is part of the Earparty collection. This premium-quality earring is Designed in Amsterdam and handcrafted in Southeast Asia from recycled silver with a premium gold plating of 3.0 microns. The layer of gold is on average 5 times thicker than regular gold plated items and made of 18-carat gold. The Katja collection consists of jewellery with wonderfully intricate hand-woven details. Earrings can be purchased individually, but you can also wear them as a pair or combine them with other earrings from the Earparty collection. The possibilities are endless! You don't buy our jewellery; you gift it. Who will you gift this item? Yourself, or someone special?
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Collection Katja
Length mm 4
Lock NVT
Material Verguld gerecycled 925 sterling zilver
Width mm 4
Gender Unisex
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Craftsmanship is at the core of Buddha to Buddha’s premium jewellery. From the design process to development, a team of designers, developers and silversmiths work together to create the finished piece. The chain big bracelet (size E) takes a skilled silversmith around five days to complete, including the clasp, which is made up of 28 intricate pieces. Even the leather on the designs is handwoven by talented leather workers.

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