Jade Cornocopia Earrings


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The Jade Cornocopia Earrings by South African accessories brand Pichulik are created in the likeness of the Horn of Plenty. Its rope is embellished in grey and gold tones with jade beads set in a crescent shape. The crescent shape is connected to the ear by removable gold hoops that can be worn alone. These earrings weigh 11g each and are 6cm long. These earrings embody the protective qualities of Jadestone with the ancient symbol of abundance to manifest a spirit of bravery, self-worth, and confidence in the value of your harvest. 
  • Rope, Jadestone, gold hoop
  • Care: Avoid bending the hoop pin as this may lead to breakage
  • Handmade in Cape Town, South Africa


PICHULIK is inspired by the intimate relationships women have with jewelry – it speaks of her travels, her mother or grandmother, and the people she has loved. PICHULIK is handcrafted in Cape Town, South Africa of unusual and locally sourced materials. PICHULIK celebrates Africa and sees jewelry and ornamentation as a sacred conduit for healing, community, and wisdom. If the PICHULIK brand was a person she would have a wicked sense of humour, a strong yet inspired presence, kind wise eyes that speak of many journeys through exotic lands-humbled by self-discovery. She would smell the way jasmine smells in Johannesburg at the end of winter - promising spring.

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