Black Sand & Earrings - The Bach Life Series

Black Sand & Earrings - The Bach Life Series

 

Continuing on with our Bach Life Series, today we are featuring our wood and resin drop earrings in black. Along with the many connections and relevance this colour has in our culture and society today.

 

Black is commonly known as the colour of mourning and the use of this colour in fashion became more popular during the 1920s. The colour black has many associations as it is known to be connected to strength, authority, and power.

You can also find black sand on many of our beaches on the West Coast of Aotearoa, New Zealand. Kariotahi Beach is one of those beaches and is located southwest of the Auckland region.

 

This beach is known for its black sand and desolate environment and is the inspiration for this particular pair of earrings.

Other beaches with black sand include Piha and Muriwai, which are also known for their surf.

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Wood and resin drop earrings in black.

These earrings have a balance of natural textured wood and coloured resin to create a contrasting design that makes them stand out in any environment. It is believed that those who wear black are exuding confidence and intelligence.

These earrings will give you the confidence to rock this pair whether you’re relaxing at your bach or out with friends enjoying the sun.

 

  • Size: approximately 44mm long, 7.5mm wide

 

  • Quality: These are made of natural textured wood and resin and are very lightweight and smooth.

 

  • Please note: Our earrings are hand-made from natural wood. The texture, shape, and colour of each earring will vary a little from that of the photograph. Occasionally there will be some tiny spots on them.

 

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