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by Ana Buendia - Colombia

Deco Goddess Earrings

Original price $359.00 - Original price $359.00
Original price
$359.00 - $359.00
Current price $359.00
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Retro and minimalist, these Deco Goddess Earrings are a charming lightweight jewelry piece to wear as an everyday staple to the office or add class to your evening wear. Molded by hand from .925 sterling silver, these earrings can be worn.

Inspired by Art Deco's bold geometric forms, the Deco Goddess Earrings will lift you in confidence and elegance.

925 sterling silver

Length: 1.7" (4.5cm)
Width: 1.3" (3.5cm)
Weight: 0.1lb. (45.35g)



  • Recycled silver.
  • Nickel free.
  • Each link is made and welded by hand by artisans in Colombia.

This product is ready-to-ship and will be delivered to you within 10-14 business days.

Free shipping on all orders over $100! Shipping time is up to 14 business days.
For made to order items, please check the lead time on the product page.

If for any reason, you are unhappy with the item you ordered, you have 14 days to return or exchange it, as long as it is unused and is in perfect condition. Return shipping is free for orders above $100, and at the customer’s expense for orders below $100.
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  • It is normal for 925 silver to darken or for gold-plated pieces to fade over time.
  • The high pH of the skin can accelerate it.
  • This is a natural process and not a manufacturing defect.
  • Yes, you can shower with your jewelry, you read that right.
  • However, you must take them off to get into the sea or the pool.
  • Salt and chlorine deteriorate the luster of gold and silver.
  • Avoid spraying perfume or products that contain alcohol.
  • When you are not using them, store them individually in an airtight bag (like the one we sent with your purchase) to isolate them from the natural humidity of the air, the sun, the heat and prevent them from scratching.
  • Always do this, even if you think you are not in a humid place.
  • Ana Buendia

    Industrial and textile designer Ana Buendia became one of the first Colombian fashion bloggers to document her work in the textile industry. She soon started collaborating with magazines on visual merchandising, before launching her own sustainable jewelry brand, Ana Buendia.

    Today, she specializes in silver vermeil and gold-plated silver jewelry, with an exclusive touch given by the juxtaposition of conflict-free gemstones such as Colombian emeralds, all designed and produced in her workshop in Bogotá.
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