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Tetris Square Earrings Gold

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£77

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Tetris Square Earrings Gold

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I think we all have played in Tetris when we were children or even whilst adults, as this is a newer aging computer game. Tetris is actually a Russian tile-matching puzzle video game, originally designed and programmed by Alexey Pajitnov. I took my inspiration from the game and puzzled myself this piece.
It is all hand made. Whole piece is made out of 22k gold plated sterling silver.
Clean with a damp cleaning cloth, avoid prolonged contact with perfume, hand cream and soap.
Best to keep the piece when not worn in attached sealing bag.
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Meet The Designer

Karolina Bik is an educated and qualified goldsmither and since 2010 she runs successfully her brand named Karolina Bik Jewellery.
Her works are being sold in Galleries and Jewelry Shops all over the Globe. Karolina Bik travels the world with her jewellery participating in design fairs, exhibitions and art projects. Karolina Bik describing her very first contact with jewelry says: 'I was told by my mother that my fascination about jewelry started in an old German made cradle when my grandma gave me red beads made out of the ash tree. You know, after nearly thirty years of my life I still keep them'. Her relationship with jewelry can be narrated into one simple word - Love. Asked about her work she replies: 'I enjoy sitting in my studio on the old, high school chair and being immersed by creation. I am passionate about it and at the stage where I am now I cannot imagine a life without this creation'.

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