Modern and artfully made treasures inspired by Maine woods and waters and handmade in Nepal. MULXIPLY exists to provide dignified jobs to indigenous artisans using age-old techniques, keeping heritage handicraft alive.
These powerful, pillar-like convertible earrings are a dramatic combination of materials and contrast. The ceramic base is crafted by Campfire Pottery and serves as the backing for the brass spike studs, hand-forged by master metalsmiths in Nepal. Earrings can be worn with ceramic piece behind the ear of in front. Stud can be worn on its own. Each of these earrings is crafted by hand, making them truly one-of-a-kind. Raku will create a unique finish on these earrings, therefore, we cannot guarantee the color as the firing will sometimes create a darker finish.
- Brass Stud is hand forged by fair wage artisans in Nepal.
- Brass Stud is 0.5 inches long and 0.1 inches wide with a slight taper and can be worn on its own.
- Raku Pillar is 1.5 inches long which tapers from .25 to .5 inches wide.
This piece is a part of the Campfire Pottery X MULXIPLY collaborative jewelry collection. Each item in this collection was carefully handcrafted by master artisans: the metals in Nepal and the ceramics in Westbrook, ME. This collection can be viewed at our collaborative retail space at 93 Washington Ave, Portland, ME.