White Porcelain Diamond Shape Earrings With Mother of Pearl



Beautifully handmade diamond shaped white porcelain earrings with mother of pearl beads and fresh water pearls.

These white porcelain diamond shaped earrings with mother of pearl beads and freshwater pearls  would make a perfect feminine gift for loved ones.

These Statement dangle earrings add a bit of glamour to an outfit.

The porcelain of these earrings has a smooth matte surface. This contrasts beautifully with the pearlescent shimmer of the mother of pearl and fresh water pearls. Porcelain is a delicate material which has been high fired to 1220c to strengthen with also the back applied with clear hard resin helps further strengthen.

The earrings are each cut out of porcelain clay, then fired, polished, left unglazed to have a matte finish. Finally fired to 1220C to strengthen. Hypoallergenic stainless steel earring posts are applied to the back with clear resin. And finally, the earrings are matched with fresh water pearls and mother of pearl beads to finish.

Handmade from our pottery studio in Torquay, Devon.

The white diamond shaped porcelain pearl earrings are delivered on a display card and hammered card envelope; carefully packed in tissue paper and bubblewrap. Ready to gift to a loved one.

Find out more

Read my blog post all about my handmade porcelain Margo Margo Jewellery Collection here. Follow me on Instagram at Christina Goodall Ceramics and Margo Margo Jewellery to see the process of making my ceramics.

Also Christina’s handmade stoneware pottery made on the potters wheel is available to browse on this site. Read here for more information on how Christina Goodall Ceramics pottery is made.

Christina makes all her ceramics in small batches from her studio in Torquay, Devon. Unlike mass-produced ceramics, Christina’s handmade pottery is unique in its design and production.¬† She has a degree in Fine Art Sculpture from UAL which led her into ceramics. Christina then moved back to her hometown and began her business by assisting in pottery studios, teaching pottery workshops and producing her own ceramics.