Inspired by the most marvellous Jean Power and the triangles she is famous for, Mummy decided that she wanted to see if she could use the triangles as a bezel in which to hide some delicious little Swarovski rivolis. Of course, she couldn't stop at the making of one pair of earrings, so made three!
Isn't it strange how a different colour can change the whole look of a piece?! The exact same pattern as above, just with shades of pink yet they look so delicate and girly and definitely not something that I'd wear (sorry Mummy!).
And then again, with black and dark red. These look quite gothy compared with the more industrial gunmetals and the girly pinks. I love them!
like how the rivoli is completely encapsulated at the back, reducing the risk of the point being knocked off and ruining the whole earring. Also, how different these earrings look just with a change of colour. It always astonishes me that colour plays such a huge part in the whole feel of a piece, even something as small as a pair of earrings. I shouldn't be so surprised but because I'm rubbish and generally have my go to colours, I always am! If Mummy had just shown me the pink set, I would have been impressed with the construction, but never in a million years thought they were my bag, yet the exact same earring in the gunmetal and steel may simply have to find their way into my jewellery box!