Dionne 4-Disc Drop Earrings - AMAMI
Dionne 4-Disc Drop Earrings - AMAMI
Dionne 4-Disc Drop Earrings - AMAMI
Dionne 4-Disc Drop Earrings - AMAMI
AMAMI Gold Filigree Jewelry - Made in the Philippines

Dionne Filigree 4-Disc Drop Earrings

Regular price $138.00 CAD
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The Dionne Fine Silver Collection celebrates the art of Filipino filigree, a pre-colonial craft practiced by traditional plateros (silversmiths) on pre-Philippine islands.

A nanay and tatay team in Benguet, Philippines twist and coil silver threads that are barely the width of a hair, making these AMAMI’s most lightweight designs yet. Every heirloom carries the proud story of our heritage and of fine Filipino craftsmanship.

More into gold? Check out our collection in gold filigree.

  • Handcrafted by Filipino artisans in Benguet province using the rare art of filigree, a pre-Hispanic indigenous technique
  • Made of 985 pure silver
  • Length: 8.4cm
  • Lightweight for all-day comfort and wear
  • Intended as heirlooms. Your piece comes with a cloth jewelry pouch that wicks away moisture to prevent tarnish
  • For better preservation, reduce exposure to sweat and perfume and store within an air tight container
  • Nickel-free and lead-free, suitable for sensitive skin
  • FREE Shipping to Canada & USA on orders over $80
  • Canada & USA Shipping Time: 3-5 business days
  • Worldwide Shipping available at checkout
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  • Comes with a handwritten note
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AMAMI Gold Filigree Jewelry

AMAMI is the passionate vision of Christine Tiu and Danielle Tan, two childhood friends hailing from Manila. By collaborating with talented Filipino plateros in Ilocos, AMAMI hopes to revive our proud heritage of gold filigree jewelry, a pre-colonial technique existing long before the Spanish. The result are rare and precious heirloom pieces that provide sustainable livelihood to Filipino plateros, while carrying on the story of an endangered and intrinsically Filipino craft.

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