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Weather stud earrings

25.00
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Weather stud earrings

25.00

Ah the weather it's the universal conversation starter....Whether your a rainy day kind of a person or a bright sunny day kind of person these earrings are bond to start conversations. Petite and delicate you'll be able to wear these as your everyday studs.

Made in : Australia

Made of : Sterling Silver

Measuring: 0.5cm x 0,5cm approx 

Pictured here modelling our earrings is Francis Barber. Francis Barber, attributed to James Northcote, R.A Barber was brought to England from Jamaica as a slave by Col. Bathurst who educated him and granted him his freedom. He was in Johnson's service almost continually from 1752 until 1784. Johnson also sent him to school and treated him with the greatest affection. He was Johnson's principal legatee and was left his house at Lichfield, his plate, books and furniture and a considerable sum of money. Barber married a white woman and had several children, one of whom became a preacher in America. He died in 1801. 

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Ah the weather it's the universal conversation starter....Whether your a rainy day kind of a person or a bright sunny day kind of person these earrings are bond to start conversations. Petite and delicate you'll be able to wear these as your everyday studs.

Made in : Australia

Made of : Sterling Silver

Measuring: 0.5cm x 0,5cm approx 

Pictured here modelling our earrings is Francis Barber. Francis Barber, attributed to James Northcote, R.A Barber was brought to England from Jamaica as a slave by Col. Bathurst who educated him and granted him his freedom. He was in Johnson's service almost continually from 1752 until 1784. Johnson also sent him to school and treated him with the greatest affection. He was Johnson's principal legatee and was left his house at Lichfield, his plate, books and furniture and a considerable sum of money. Barber married a white woman and had several children, one of whom became a preacher in America. He died in 1801.