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Sparrow Foot Bird Claw Post Earrings in Oxidized Sterling Silver

60.00
Sparrow Foot Bird Claw Post Earrings in Oxidized Sterling Silver by Beloved Little Lamb
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Sparrow Foot Bird Claw Post Earrings in Oxidized Sterling Silver

60.00

Cast directly from a real, ethically sourced sparrows foot, this highly detailed post earring gently wraps it's delicate claws around the wearers earlobe. It is a lightweight enough for everyday wear, and yet makes quite a statement.
 

Oxidized sterling silver with a glowing satin finish. Sterling silver post and earring back.


15mm long and  15 mm wide.


Handmade in Brooklyn, and ships in a gift box. The paper lining the gift box may be different than what is pictured, but it will be just as pretty.

 PLEASE NOTE: The English House sparrow (Passer domesticus) is a non-native species that was introduced into the United States from Europe. As a destructive invasive species it is trapped as a nuisance animal in all states to help preserve the habitat of native birds. This species is not protected by U.S. federal law unlike indigenous songbirds which are protected by the Migratory Bird Act.

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Cast directly from a real, ethically sourced sparrows foot, this highly detailed post earring gently wraps it's delicate claws around the wearers earlobe. It is a lightweight enough for everyday wear, and yet makes quite a statement.
 

Oxidized sterling silver with a glowing satin finish. Sterling silver post and earring back.


15mm long and  15 mm wide.


Handmade in Brooklyn, and ships in a gift box. The paper lining the gift box may be different than what is pictured, but it will be just as pretty.

 PLEASE NOTE: The English House sparrow (Passer domesticus) is a non-native species that was introduced into the United States from Europe. As a destructive invasive species it is trapped as a nuisance animal in all states to help preserve the habitat of native birds. This species is not protected by U.S. federal law unlike indigenous songbirds which are protected by the Migratory Bird Act.