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When Worlds Collide Pearl and Jade Resin Gold Vermeil Earrings

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A party in Camden has been broken up by the police. Now everyone who was at that party is on their way to my flat. I’m not sure if they like the same music as me – it’s going to be like two worlds colliding. In this piece a line of freshwater pearls slouch over a lone pearl while trying to hold onto some green resin.

A strand of different size freshwater pearls connected to a green resin in this pair of sculptural earrings. Secured with earring posts and butterfly backs.

The piece is thoughtfully handcrafted using freshwater pearls and green resin with recycled sterling silver plated in 14ct yellow gold vermeil.

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We offer free domestic shipping on all orders and free worldwide shipping on orders exceeding HKD 2000 (USD 250), for order below HKD 2000, we charge a flat shipping fee of HKD196 (USD 25), 

Most of our orders are shipped within 2 business days of purchase from our Hong Kong warehouse, pending availability and credit verification. Once your order is shipped, we estimate you will receive your order within 3-8 business days of its ship date. Shipping times may vary, due to Covid 19, but rest assured we work our hardest to get you your order as quickly as possible. Please note, we do not ship on the weekend or Chinese holidays.

**Temporary COVID-19 update - For the health and safety of our team, we only have a small and very limited team on-site. We will process all orders as quickly as possible. 

Right now we do not offer expedited international shipping. However, we ship all international orders via express service so you will receive your order within 3-8 business days, and sometimes quicker!

Completedworks documents the beauty and complexity of the everyday through the practice of jewellery and ceramics. Working primarily from recycled materials, the brand's signature pieces gently roll against the tide of convention - using sculptural forms that weave, loop, twist, flow, enfold and expand to explore broader questions about the human condition and trade blows with history, politics and the language of art.