Red Bead Earrings

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Seed Earrings

These earrings will give your look a pop of deep organic color.  The earrings are chic, yet simple.  The detail is in the rich color of the organic acai nuts.  These earrings can be worn on their own but also look amazing with silver jewelry.  For a truly unique look, scroll down below and take a look at the matching necklace. 

The earrings are 1.5 inches (4 cm) from the top of the ear wire to the bottom of the beads.  The earrings have two beads, snug up against each other.  The top bead is approximately one third the size of the larger bottom bead for a well-balanced look.  Although the earrings look heavy, the nuts are actually very light and comfortable, they will not tug on your ears.  The nuts are very hard and have been used in jewelry design for centuries. 

The acai nuts have been polished and dyed but you can still see the striations from the original nut so that they maintain a natural, organic look.  These nuts are sustainably harvested in the Amazon rainforest and used by Ecuadorian craftspeople primarily in jewelry.   One great thing about using acai nuts in jewelry is that it provides economical support to the indigenous people of the rainforest and helps to prevent using the rainforest for destructive activities such as clear cutting the forest for farming or mining. 

Your purchase will be bubble wrapped and sent to you through USPS, arriving at your home in 3 to 5 business days.  We will package and send your earrings within two working days of receipt of your order.  Shipping of $4.75 will be added to your cart upon checkout.  Free shipping is applied when your order reaches $70. International and expedited shipping is also available.

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