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Edas Luna Asymmetrical Earrings

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Self-described as a “slow fashion with care” jewelry brand, Edas was founded by Philadelphia-born designer Sade Mims. These lightweight, Luna Asymmetrical Earrings are handmade from glass beads by Mims in her Brooklyn studio where she works with her all-woman team. These earrings, like many of Mims’ designs, are inspired by the culture of the West Indian community in her Bed-Stuy neighborhood. Mims likes working with brass because “it inevitably ages with time and can always be brought back to its original state with simply using water and soap or a polishing cloth.” These Luna Earrings are designed so that one earring is slightly larger than the other, for an asymmetricl effect. These versatile Edas Luna Earrings can be worn every day with casually or more formal ensembles. Silver posts.
 
 
  • Designer
    Sade Mims
  • Size
    Small: 3.5"l Large: 4.2"l
  • Materials
    Hardwire sterling silver base, Japanese Seed beads, and Jade bead
  • Year of Design
    2019
  • Origin
    USA

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