Featuring real dried flowers, these translucent earrings offer a one-of-a-kind beauty to each piece.
Grown in the fields of the Taxco region in Mexico, these miniature flowers are gathered by hand and preserved permanently in resin surrounded in an Alpaca silver setting by women artisans in Mexico.
The natural properties of real flowers provides a one-of-a-kind look to each piece.
- Earrings measure 1.5-inches long by .75-inch wide.
- Sterling silver hooks.
- Flowers are dried and then forever preserved in top-quality clear resin, giving the jewelry its vibrant, long-lasting appearance.
- The handmade nature of each piece may bring slight difference in actual flower color and composition.
The story behind the art:
Renowned for its rich history and Old World beauty, Taxco, Mexico is known for it's masterful silver artistry, using high-quality sterling silver or alpaca silver.
The Artisana Collection represents work from multiple artists in this famous region of Mexico, offering a wide range of styles from traditional to more whimsical, using beautiful, natural materials such as abalone shell, mother-of-pearl, flowers, alpaca silver, sterling silver, tumbaga gold and more to create one-of-a-kind pieces.
About The Artisan
The UPA (Union of Small Farmers) has taken to the streets with a clear claim and is that the Spanish agricultural sector does not guarantee a fair price that allows at least cover production costs.
Most of the products are still sold at the same price as 30 years ago. And even in some cases at lower prices.
However, the costs assumed by farmers (energy, supplies, labor costs, livestock feed, etc.) have been updated, rising considerably.
The first and great proposal that comes from the countryside is the application of certain legislative changes that they consider urgent, such as the prohibition of selling at losses throughout the food chain.
Also, legally define what is considered a fair price for perishable products that are linked to production costs.