Woven Baroque Pearl Earrings
Woven Baroque Pearl Earrings
Woven Baroque Pearl Earrings
Woven Baroque Pearl Earrings
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Woven Baroque Pearl Earrings

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We are so taken by Mary MacGill's approach to jewelry design, which reminds us of our rocky coast and pine forests. A celebration of the natural world. 

Inspired by Mary’s mentor, Kazuko Oshima, baroque pearls of varying sizes are woven onto a gold-filled wire to create mismatched statement earrings reminiscent of constellations. Historically, pearls are symbolic of wisdom gained through experience and are also believed to be talismans from the sea offering luck and protection to the wearer.

  • Gold-filled wire (a mixture of different metals with a thick layer of 14K gold around. Will not tarnish or flake)
  • Sold as a pair
  • Pearls measures approximately 0.25” and 0.75”
  • Length from ear: approximately 1.5”
  • Plastic backs included and encouraged
  • Each Mary MacGill pearl is unique and will differ slightly from that pictured
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    Handmade in Germantown, NY or Block Island, RI without the use of heat or chemicals

    Mary MacGill, the brand, is the organic evolution of her creative journey, which began at the age of 13, when tea with her mentor Kazuko Oshima instilled her desire to become a jewelry designer. After starting her career with a fine-jewelry company in New York City, Mary returned to her family home on Block Island, Rhode Island, and began hand hammering gold and weaving wire with semi-precious stones. Inspired by the ocean, grasses, and evolving coastline, she created her first collection and sold the designs at the local farmer’s market. The response she received prompted her to establish Mary MacGill Jewelry.