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Gaia Gold Hoop Earrings



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Gaia is the Greek goddess of the earth, also called Mother Earth.

The Gaia Earrings inspire you to reconnect with nature.

Each gold talisman is 18k gold plated using high-quality micron plating, dedicating ourselves to long lasting jewellery.

Handcrafted with a 2-year warranty.
Care for them, and preserve their spirit. To protect your jewellery from tarnishing:
-Avoid contact with liquids (including water, salt water, chlorine), perfume, lotion, cosmetics and chemicals.
-Remove your jewellery before showering, swimming, exercising and sleeping.
-Store in a cool, dry place, preferably inside its original box or in a cloth bag.
-Wipe periodically using a clean, soft cloth.

As part of our dedication to quality, we offer a 2-year warranty. Should your jewellery suffer a breakage or tarnishing due to a manufacturing defect, we are committed to replace your piece at no additional repair cost if returned within two years.

We handcraft each piece and carefully handpick its gemstones, making each talisman completely unique. Therefore each piece may vary slightly.

Made in: Turkey

One size
Weight: 6g per earring
Measurements: 3cm height, 0.70cm to 3cm width
  • Delivery

FREE DELIVERY on all orders over £150

Items are shipped to you directly by our brands, using tracked, contactless delivery.

All customs fees, duties and taxes are included - see Delivery page for full details, conditions apply.

  • Returns

Free returns within 14 days of delivery - see Returns page for full details.

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If you find an item cheaper elsewhere we will match the price, see FAQs or Contact Us for full details, conditions apply. Please note we're unable to offer a price match for products sold through independent retailers, or being shipped internationally.


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Meet the brand


Based in United Kingdom

Crafting history and nature into wearable art, ASSUWA unfolds forgotten stories of