Unearthed Jewellery
Mocha Seaweed Stud Earrings

Mocha Seaweed Stud Earrings

Connecting you to the land and history from where it came, the pottery shard these earrings are made from was found along a footpath between Ticknall and Caulke Abbey. These blue and white pottery earrings come from a shard of Seaweed Mochaware. With yellow glaze on the back, this shard had a deep blue and white splatter pattern depicting seaweed or feathers. It's also known as banded creamware or dipped ware. In general the term "mocha" is used to describe all dipped earthenwares which were mostly made in Staffordshire. How the shard got there is a mystery, but likely is tied to the history of the footpath between the town and the abbey. They measure 6mm across.
Sterling Silver earring posts ensure you won't have to worry about any metal allergies or green earlobes! In addition, the earrings come with comfortable, high quality plastic backings. Unlike metal fasteners, they stay put, and don't make a dent in the back of your ear. They ensure you can wear the backings anywhere along the earring post so the earring stays in place.
21 GBP

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