Plastic Dangle Earrings(186 items)
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lovely and flattering
The color and the material make really nice combination - gifted it to a friend with with full confidence and trust
I love the fact that these are recycled CDs and that they are being used in such a beneficial way instead of going to a landfill. I love the compliments I receive and I love to brag on Novica.
Rita Addo Zakour Wood carvings and beaded jewelry
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Popular Plastic Dangle Earrings
Yellow Turquoise and Purple Recycled CD Dangle Earrings, "Color Explosion"$49.99
Artisan Rosario Leiva of Guatemala brings new life to recycled CDs in these beautiful and fascinating dangle earrings with sterling silver hooks. She melts the CD scrap in a mold, then artfully applies droplets of acrylic to achieve her desired colors--purple, turquoise, and yellow for this pair of earrings--and then fuses the CD material and acrylic together using a blow torch. The resulting effect is magnificent translucent color punctuated with air bubbles that create unique patterns.
About her work, the artisan says: "I love creating jewelry with materials that most people would discard. Let's all take the time to think about the endless opportunities we have to give 'waste' materials another chance."
Multi-Color Wood Disc Beaded Dangle Earrings from Ghana, "Stacked Color"$14.99
These sese wood bead dangle earrings are stacked with joyful color. Rita Addo Zakour of Ghana designs these earrings with a translucent recycled plastic bead on the top and bottom of each colorful stack of wood discs. and brass hooks.
Hand Made Purple and Maroon Plastic Dangle Earrings, "Odopa in Plum"$23.99
Rita Addo Zakour of Ghana crafts a beautiful pair of earrings that you'll feel good about wearing. The eco-friendly earrings feature beads crafted from recycled plastic bottles, in gradations of rich purple and maroon. They swing from brass hooks. The artisan names the design , which means "good love" in the Akan dialect.
Eco Friendly Dangle Earrings Crafted from Recycled Plastic, "Odopa in Rose"$25.99
Rita Addo Zakour of Ghana crafts a beautiful pair of earrings that you'll feel good about wearing. The eco-friendly earrings feature beads crafted from recycled plastic bottles, in gradations of rose and fuchsia They swing from brass hooks. The artisan names the design , which means "good love" in the Akan dialect.