Our Carnation earrings combine traditional Philippine artistry with modern-day techniques. The innovative design allows you to detach the bottom half of the earrings, so you can wear these in 2 unique ways: as statement studs or double drops for extra glam.
We’re bringing you back to tagsibol (Spring) in the Philippines. Handcrafted by a Nanay and Tatay team of artisans in Benguet, our Sibol collection is designed to celebrate your new season of growth, healing, and joy.
These earrings are inspired by the carnation, a flower that symbolizes love in all its forms. Red carnations often mark the beginnings of a passionate love story, while pink carnations continue to be the flower of choice for Mother’s Day in the Philippines.
About The Craftsmanship: Gold filigree is a meticulous and rare technique perfected by native plateros for centuries, every heirloom carries the proud story of our pre-colonial heritage and of fine Filipino craftsmanship. The platero begins by melting blocks of gold or silver, repeatedly hammering and cooling them until they become fine and delicate threads. The threads are carefully shaped by hand into "kalado" or lace-like patterns inspired by nature. To craft more intricate pieces, the platero individually welds small drops together to form beautiful heirlooms.
Because each piece is crafted in gold filigree (not engraved), it can take 2 to 3 days to craft a pair of earrings.