Time to accessorise with zero-waste jewellery! These unique pair of earrings are made with UV Resin and scraps/broken of Portuguese tiles (either collected from rubble or re-made) provided by Gazete Azulejos! Each pair vary in shape and colour, not one pair are the same as the other. So if you're looking to become more environmentally conscious WHILE fashionable, definitely get yourself a pair of these Upcycle Earrings! These would make perfect gifts for your eco-enthusiast loved ones too!
All design are unique due to the nature of the random shapes of the Portuguese tiles. Each Upcycle Earrings comes in a set of 1 pair. You can choose from the selection provided!
♻️ Upcycle Earrings are handmade using UV resin and scrap/broken Portuguese here in Glasgow, Scotland. The scrap Portuguese tiles were provided by a tile conservation team called Gazete Azulejos where they teach locals and visitors about the art of traditional Portuguese tiles and the importance of its conservation. We are on a mission to reduce waste around the world by making you pretty things for your home!
Please note ⚠️
✅ Each Upcycle Earrings are handmade by me
✅ Each Upcycle Earrings are one-of-a-kind
✅ Depending on the design, there will be accents with glass or Swarovski crystal beads
Because each product is handmade by me in the small corner of my home here in Glasgow, it is inevitable that there will be imperfections such as little bubbles, slight textures from shredded plastics, and very slight scuff marks from the silicone moulds. I personally think that these add to the character of each piece! Please understand that every piece is unique and made with all the love in the world, despite their imperfections!
Postage: I'd like to put a disclaimer that once the packages are with the post services, I will not be held responsible for any lost goods.
From the Royal Mail website: "You can confirm when your parcel’s been delivered or attempted to be delivered here. Online delivery confirmation is not a tracked service. You can’t track your parcel through Royal Mail’s network, but can check online to confirm it’s been delivered."