14 karat yellow gold, sterling silver, pearls
These delightful earrings have two-tone hollowware bodies that are silver on once side and gold on the other. The cut-out crescent at the bottom allows the pearls to nest into them so that when viewed straight on, the metal bisects the pearls. This gives the impression of a keel slicing through a small drop of iridescent water, and we could all use something to steady the boat right about now. The hollow bodies of the earring actually hang off the top of the same post that the pearls are mounted to, so they move independently and will change which side faces outwards while they're worn. A delightful bit of kinetic sculpture to keep you sailing smoothly through the day.