Brass circular posts with rectangle faceted gemstones in a gold setting. The earrings are 2 3/8 inches long on brass with stainless steel postbacks, hypoallergenic and nickel free.
Named after Clara Barton, the founder of the American Red Cross. Clara began her nursing career giving care to soldiers on the battlefield of the American Civil War and continued to serve in high-risk situations. Her humanitarian efforts shaped the way we deal with disaster and crisis situations to this day.
NOTE: If the style & size you are interested in is sold out, contact us and we would be happy to place a special order with Larissa Loden for you.
Gemstones are unique, that's why they are so flippin' special! Each stone will vary slightly in coloration and cut, we do our best to keep them as close to the image as possible but don't be surprised if they vary a little from what is listed.
We use brass and brass plated chains unless otherwise stated. Brass is naturally hypo-allergenic and nickel free! Yay! It also takes on a nice patina over time (which we think is rad and really pretty) but if you like it super shiny just follow the tips below:
To extend the life of your precious new purchase here's a few tips and tricks:
Our jewelry is made of brass, which will naturally darken/patina over time. We like both ways, but if you want to bring it back to it’s shiniest self you can polish it with a silver cloth or polishing pad. Don’t be puttin’ any chemicals on it.
To keep it from darkening, avoid things like wearing it while skinny dipping in the lake, rubbing it down with lotion or sweating all over it at the gym. If you do one or all of these things see above tip for how to deal.
In general, don’t throw it at the bottom of your purse or drop it on a hard floor. Treat it like it’s special and loved, and it will love you back for a long time to come.