Long Geometric: 1” at widest point, 3” long (leather only), 3.75” total length
Teardrop: 1.25” at widest point, 2” long (leather only), 2.6” total length
Loop: .6” at widest point, 1.75” long (leather only), 2.5” total length
Full-Grain Leathershow +
Full-grain leather means the surface (or grain) of the leather has never been sanded down or corrected. This gives full-grain leather more strength and durability than lesser grades, as well as a natural luster that only gets better with time. It also means full-grain leather may contain marks accrued over the lifetime of the hide. We usually love the marks in full-grain leather and try to showcase beautiful markings when we can (or work around them if they aren’t complementary to a design). We hope you’ll love the markings on your earrings (like we do!) but, if you really don’t, please reach out to us and we will see what we can do.
Care Instructionsshow +
These earrings are designed to hold up to daily, frequent use and last you for a lifetime, but leather needs a little love to stay in tip top shape.
If your leather feels too stiff when it arrives, massage and roll it between your hands to soften it. The best thing to do with brand new leather is to wear it. The more you do, the softer and more beautiful it will get. Over time, full grain leather darkens and develops a natural sheen or patina.
Spot clean your leather earrings gently with a soft, damp cloth, using our completely natural Leather Cleaner. Allow the leather to air dry completely (8-24 hours) before you condition it. Do not immerse your earrings in water or use heat like a hair dryer to speed up the drying process.
Apply very small amounts of leather conditioner evenly to both earrings. You won’t need much! We recommend using our Leather Butter. You may also apply regular olive oil very sparingly as an alternative leather conditioner. The ideal time to condition leather to keep it healthy, supple and soft is about every 4-6 months.