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Burned out, but the boobs are fine

Burned out, but the boobs are fine

Regular price 400 SEK
Regular price Sale price 400 SEK
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Note that all earrings are sold separately and are unique.

Style

Low stock: 1 left

  • One of a kind
  • Hand made
  • Brass

These handmade earrings are an expression of finding glimpses of light in the darkest moments.

Even when your mind feels dark and heavy, you can find joy within your body. Allow yourself to feel love for who you are; you deserve appreciation just as you are.

Do you love this earring as much as I do? This is one earring that I will create more of if they sell out because I adore them so much. Each earring is unique, just like we are unique in our struggle against burnout and stress.

New variations will be added regularly so you can find the perfect match for your style. I don't offer them as made-to-order because I believe each individual creation deserves to be seen and chosen personally.

Size

55 mm

Care instructions

Brass, bronze, and other metals naturally oxidize over time.

In every order, I include a polishing cloth that you can use.

Occasionally, I also use a mixture of lemon juice and baking soda to clean it by rubbing with an old toothbrush or similar tool.

Shipping

Orders are shipped within 1-2 business days. Orders that include a light holder or bookmark will be shipped within 5-7 business days.

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On Instagram (@piwabrass), you can see behind the scenes and my latest creations. Follow me there, say hello. Comments and conversations bring strength and joy.

  • All of my pieces are made by hand, one by one, with my saw and pillar drill. My sketches go directly onto the metal plate, and each product is entirely unique. That's how I want it to be.

  • I believe that jewelry can be so much more than just an accessory. They can be a way to express oneself, to heal, and to create a sense of community.

  • My work celebrates the strengths and quirks of the female body. My jewelry also serves as a reminder that we are not alone in our struggle against mental health issues and loneliness.