Flor Blanca Earrings

Regular price$53.00 CAD
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  • Local shipping in US & Canada + Global Shipping
  • In stock, ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way
  • Designed and handcrafted in Manila, Philippines by Filipino women artisans
  • Handmade with baroque South Sea pearls, locally sourced from the Cebu City in the Philippines to support traditional crafts
  • Made of brass and acrylic
  • 1 inch in length, lightweight to wear all day
  • Materials are locally and ethically sourced to support traditional Filipino crafts
  • Baroque pearls naturally do not match in shape, regardless if they go in pairs or not. Each peace has its own variation in terms of size, cut, color, texture, and patterns
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  • FREE Shipping to Canada & USA on orders over $80
  • Ships from Toronto (Canada & Intl customers) and NY State (US Customers)
  • Canada & USA Shipping Time: 3-5 business days
  • Worldwide Shipping available at checkout
  • Want to send this item as a gift? Add a personal note to your order in the Cart Notes for us to include with the shipment
  • Comes with a handwritten note
  • Refund & Exchange within 30 days. See details
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Natural and organic materials are delicate. Avoid exposure to extreme heat and moisture. Wipe clean with soft, damp cloth. Do not use harsh chemicals or cleaners. Pieces are fragile - do not drop from high distances and store in an airtight container or box to avoid tarnishing.
Flor Blanca Earrings - Arete
Flor Blanca Earrings - Arete
Flor Blanca Earrings - Arete
Flor Blanca Earrings - Arete

Arete Filipino Jewelry

Arete is an ethical Filipino jewelry brand that celebrates Philippines craftsmanship, materials, and creativity. Each piece is intentionally designed by Filipina jewelry designer Mia Jeanjaquet and handcrafted by women artisans from Manila, Cebu, Bacolod and across the islands. The team searches high and low to source their materials locally, capturing the warmth and soul of the Philippine islands and reimagining them into modern designs.

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