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Triple Fish Earrings: Dangly Earrings | Fair Trade

£14.99 Incl. VAT

  • Fish earrings
  • Hooks: silver plated and nickel free
  • Fair trade, ethical, sustainable
  • Handcrafted in Mexico

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Triple Fish Earrings

These pretty earrings from Mexico are hand crafted into the shape of 3 little fish using abalone shell

The abalone shell is a by-product of the abalone fishing industry which is strictly regulated in Mexico and only allowed at certain times of the year. Fishing is only allowed by authorised fishing co-operatives which have been voluntarily founded in order to improve sustainability of the species

Made on a fair trade basis in Mexico, these earrings were made by humans, not machines!


  • Hooks: silver plated and nickel free
  • Pendants: Sustainably sourced abalone shell set in *Alpaca Silver

Length: approx 6½cm

Origin: Taxco, Mexico

Credentials: Fair trade, ethical, eco, sustainable, hand crafted

*Alpaca Silver is made from copper, nickel, zinc and iron. Sometimes called German Silver, New Silver, or Nickel Silver, the metal has had a long history of use around the world. Alpaca Silver is generally quite innocuous, but anybody who is particularly sensitive to nickel should avoid prolonged contact with these earrings, for example sleeping with them against one’s face or neck

Please note that earrings can only be returned in their original sealed packaging. Your statutory rights are not affected

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Postage starts at £3.99 for second class delivery via Royal Mail
1st class and next day options will also be available at checkout.

(Greeting cards are sent 1st class at £1.80)

All items will be posted the day after receiving payment, other than orders received on Sat/Sun or Bank Holiday, which will be posted the next available working day.
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