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Ware London

Axis Ear Piece

$246

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This unique ear piece plays with the contrast of strong geometric shapes against the gentle curve of the ear. The large curve sits behind the ear while the fine box chain threads through a piercing to hold the piece in place. Sold singly and for the right ear, this piece makes a subtle statement, easily wearable with a glimpse of bold attitude. The pure recycled sterling silver structure is lightly flexible for a perfect fit.

Made from 100% recycled 925 sterling silver and sterling silver box chain.
One size fits most, the piece will bend slightly to fit your unique shape.

For custom sizing and/or left ear requests please contact Emma.

Chain is 11cm long, width of rhombus is 32mm.

This item is held by the designer so please allow up to 7 working days for delivery, although we aim to have it with you sooner!

Free delivery UK + Worldwide over £150 / €210 / $240 / $A300.

Free returns for exchange or full refund within 14 days.

No customs fees, duties or taxes!

Delivery via DHL Express.

Collect or return any item in-store: Mayfair & Notting Hill.

Please visit our Delivery or Returns page for more information.

 

Meet The Designer

Emma Ware makes bold, tactile, body adornment around a core sustainable ethos, a design process that is fueled by an attitude to life and an innate need not to conform.Previous collections see unconventional reclaimed rubber transformed into sensual, intricate sculptures. Now Emma’s focus is turned to traditional leather working techniques and silver manipulation. A London based designer with a background in fine and applied arts, Emma built a film-making career in the camera department before an increasing need for creative independence ignited the conception of her label Ware London. Her motivation remains the interplay between constructed shape and human form with the pure thrill of being adorned.
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