Get the earrings worn by Dr. Schneider (played by Beth Bailey) in episode 4 of the Chambers on Netflix!
The costume department at Chambers thought these earrings were fit for a doctor, but we think they are the perfect accessory for any look. Whether you want to complement your outfit with earrings that will add a little sparkle to everyday workwear, or you need a little something that will brighten up the dancefloor, these Silver Pyramid Earrings are just the thing.
The intense shimmer has been created with a unique woven-metal-under-glass design. The silver wire has been handwoven before being embedded behind a glass pyramid. The way the light reflects from these earrings creates a sparkle like you'd see from the best faceted stones, making it very difficult for anyone to look away!
• Size: Each earring is 1 inch long (measured from the ball on the earwire) and 5/8 of an inch wide.
• Weight: These earrings are also extremely lightweight and comfortable, weighing in at just .08 ounces - exactly the weight of a dime (.08 ounces).
• Silver: Argentium Sterling Silver - this is the low tarnish sterling silver alloy made from 100% recycled silver. Traditional sterling silver is .925% silver, but Argentium sterling silver is .935%. That little bit of extra pure silver gives Argentium a brighter, whiter color making it look more like platinum.
• Glass: Clear pieces of glass are embedded on top of the woven metal.
• Packaging: Items are packaged with an anti-tarnish tab in a recycled paper gift box with anti-tarnish filler, which makes for easy gifting and storage.
• Ear Guards: If you ordered french hook earwires, they are sent with complementary soft plastic ear guards to provide extra assurance that your earrings will stay on.
I have pioneered a new technique which creates the woven metal under glass effect. Using a medieval finger weaving technique, I weave strips from thin metal wire. I then take that woven metal fabric and embed it behind glass. The different shapes of glass either magnify or distort the underlying weave creating many interesting visual effects. In order to take these visual effects even further, I then fuse layers of glass in my kiln and put the woven metal fabric behind that.
But my favorite part is how the bends and the twists of the woven metal fabric interact with the light that is focused by the glass. The intense sparkly nature of these pieces rivals the sparkle in a well cut diamond!
Here is a brief video of me weaving the woven metal fabric:
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