Green Drop Earrings – Moss Silver (S, M, L)
£55.00 – £75.00
Green drop earrings in silver with preserved moss: what better way to treat the outdoorsy girl? 3 sizes available (15-28mm long). Also available in stud style.
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Green drop earrings – Moss, Silver (small, medium, large)
In the moss collection, Libby Ward preserves real moss to give you a close connection to natural, organic materials. She encourages us to think about how we value materials. This gives us a beautiful way to connect in our everyday lives with the nature we so love.
Made with 925 silver, these green drop earrings have a gradient (half) oxidised finish. The moss won’t change or fall out, as it’s been treated with a rock hard resin. The visual texture stays natural.
If you prefer another finish, contact [email protected]). Have a look at Libby’s other jewellery here to see the full polish and black/full oxidised finishes.
Small: approximately 15mm long x 10mm wide
Medium: approximately 20mm long x 15mm wide
Large: approximately 28mm long x 15mm wide
Seen here is the drop version. It also comes in stud style, which you can see here.
Libby Ward makes all jewellery by hand using a range of experimental artisan techniques.
Libby’s pieces bring you one step closer to nature in your daily life. To see all of Libby Ward’s Moss, From the Deep and Untamed collection jewellery, click here.
small, medium, large
Delivery & Details
All pieces by Libby Ward are made to order for you, and therefore non returnable and non refundable, unless faulty.
Lead time is 2-3 weeks, and up to 4 weeks for the Under the Deep collection.
Items are shipped within the UK by Royal Mail Recorded Delivery. For non UK orders, please contact [email protected] for shipping costs and I’ll be happy to arrange. If you’re only ordering Libby Ward jewellery, it will likely cost £12 to ship internationally.
Your order will be sent directly by Libby Ward (who receives your name and address), as instructed by Chalk & Moss. Note if you order items from different brands on chalkandmoss.com, they will arrive in different parcels.
Please note that if you order products from different designers or brands on chalkandmoss.com, these will arrive in different parcels.
Shipping your order within the UK is charged at a flat rate of £5.95. If you spend more than £100, shipping is free!
Please note that shipping for furniture must be calculated according to each order. So to avoid incurring an additional charge after you’ve made a purchase, I suggest contacting me first for an accurate quote on [email protected]
The delivery method varies, depending on the product and quantity you buy.
If you’d like something delivered outside the UK, do drop a line here and we’ll arrange this for you.
A flat rate shipping cost will show on checkout. However, large or delicate orders will incur an extra shipping cost after you place your order. You’ll have the right to cancel your order at that point, if you’re not happy with the additional cost.
The flat rate generally applies to lighter items and are as follows:
Mainland Europe: £12.95
North America: £25
Please drop us a line before you place your order on [email protected] We’ll give you an accurate shipping cost (which could be less or more than the flat rate) and take you through the order if you’d like to go ahead, thus avoiding an additional charge post order.
Please note; you may be charged for local import duties and customs charges on the arrival of the goods in your country, outside the UK. This is out of our control and you are responsible for paying any such charges.
About the Designer
UK designer maker Libby Ward approaches design with experimental methodologies. Combining unusual and unexpected materials in a variety of of making processes, she creates thought provoking jewellery. By using chemical processes like electroforming, etching and patination, she creates biologically inspired surfaces. These are combined with natural objects like stone and moss, which have been given new life by materials like silicones, resins and latex. The tactile nature of her work connects people with textures, and question their attitude towards preciousness through materials. Her nature based collections consists of rings, pendants and necklaces, all combined with precious metals, that serve the style and ethics conscious nature enthusiast.