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Nature's Chime: Upcycled Goat Calcaneus Earrings

Embrace the harmonious blend of nature's beauty and sustainable practices with these captivating drop earrings.

Ethically Sourced & Upcycled: Crafted from the calcaneus bones (heel bones) of a young goat donated by a local farm, these earrings honor the life of an animal by giving new purpose to a natural element that would otherwise go unused. Donated by a local farm, the goat passed away naturally, ensuring no harm was caused solely for this purpose.

Lightweight Elegance: Each earring measures approximately 1.75 inches, making them a charming and comfortable addition to your everyday look.

A Symphony for Your Senses: Delicate silver-plated bells grace the bottom of each earring, adding a touch of playful sound and movement with every step.

Comfort & Style: Finished with secure and comfortable silver-plated French style findings, these earrings are designed for effortless wear.

More Than an Accessory: These earrings are a conversation starter, a beautiful representation of the values you hold dear:

  • Sustainable Practices: We minimize waste and celebrate the circle of life by giving new life to discarded materials.
  • Unique Design: We embrace the unexpected beauty of nature, transforming unexpected elements into conversation-worthy pieces.
  • Ethical Sourcing: We only use responsibly donated materials, ensuring respect for the animal.

Let these earrings be a gentle reminder to celebrate nature's bounty and embrace a more sustainable future. Shop now and add a touch of whimsical charm to your collection!


Fun & Sustainable Goat Calcaneus Earrings

SKU: 160238
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  • When not in use, keep item in its original packaging. Made from natural animal bones which tend to patina with time. 

    To clean: For light cleaning of make up or dirt, use square nail buffer of fine grit. For heavily soiled bones, wash with dishwashing soap and a toothbrush. Let sit out in the sun to dry.

    Contact me for more information.

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