Universal "NO" Earrings

$80.00
About Details Inspiration

The mechanism is wonderful in it's simplicity: thread the circular wire through your lobe to put the hoop on.  To lock it in place, slightly bend the "slash" straight line open and move it past your earlobe.  Your earring should be hanging, now, like a lower-case "e".  Sounds confusing, but it's not.  These hoop earrings have no posts to spike you and no backs to lose, so feel free to wear them day in and day out, to bed, in the shower, EVERYWHERE.  That's what we do.

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    • Made by hand in our Brooklyn studio.  
      • Materials: Yellow gold fill or 14k yellow gold.
      • Measurements: 3/4" tall.   

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      The universal "NO" symbol is a red circle with a diagonal line through it.  It usually surrounds a pictogram (a cigarette, a dude littering, a ghost, in the "Ghostbusters" promo posters) to indicate something is not permitted.  We weren't specifically looking to replicate this symbol when we created these earrings, but we are all about negativity AND Rick Moranis, so I guess things turned out perfectly.

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      About Details Inspiration

      The mechanism is wonderful in it's simplicity: thread the circular wire through your lobe to put the hoop on.  To lock it in place, slightly bend the "slash" straight line open and move it past your earlobe.  Your earring should be hanging, now, like a lower-case "e".  Sounds confusing, but it's not.  These hoop earrings have no posts to spike you and no backs to lose, so feel free to wear them day in and day out, to bed, in the shower, EVERYWHERE.  That's what we do.

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        • Made by hand in our Brooklyn studio.  
          • Materials: Yellow gold fill or 14k yellow gold.
          • Measurements: 3/4" tall.   

          less
          more

          The universal "NO" symbol is a red circle with a diagonal line through it.  It usually surrounds a pictogram (a cigarette, a dude littering, a ghost, in the "Ghostbusters" promo posters) to indicate something is not permitted.  We weren't specifically looking to replicate this symbol when we created these earrings, but we are all about negativity AND Rick Moranis, so I guess things turned out perfectly.

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          more