|Materials||Nickel and lead free brass. Glaze is free of any harmful substances. Hooks: nickel free 925 sterling silver.|
|Weight||5 g (0.2 oz)|
|Notes||It is a unique 100% handmade artwork, therefore the item's design and dimensions may differ slightly. Please do not regard possible imperfections as flaws, but rather as original and a testament that it was handcrafted with love and passion. Brass maintenance and care. 3 options: 1) Soak in 50% wine vinegar and 50% water, leave for a few minutes, rinse and dry. 2) Spray descaler, leave to act for a couple of minutes, rinse and dry with a cloth. 3) Sidol or silverware products.|
|Estimated production time||10 days|
Caper flower earrings
“L'aricchini cu ciuri ra chiàppara”
This is a pair of original hand crafted earrings inspired by the Caper flower that represents strength, independence and resistance.
Capers are considered the orchid of the Mediterranean and a symbol of Sicily.
This refined and fashion jewelry is entirely handmade with love in Sicily by the hands of a talented native artisan who is master in creating eternal treasures, capable of transmitting emotions, passion and pride, so you’re literally wearing a unique piece of Sicily!
According to the language of flowers, the Caper flower is a symbol of strength, independence and resistance.
Caper is one of the strongest plants in the Mediterranean. It is a wild and perennial plant that can survive for up to 20 years.
The roots are so strong that they even grow among the rocks and cracks in the walls. The plant chooses by itself where to settle and that dies if it is explanted from its place of birth.
Caper immediately brings to mind Sicily and is a reminder of our Arab domination.
Capers thrive especially in the Aeolian Islands, Pantelleria, Ustica, and Favignana where, fed by the sun and the sea, they gift us with delicious fruits that are the basis of the best Sicilian recipes such as the “caponata”.
Their beautiful white and pink-purple flowers are considered the orchid of the Mediterranean.
They create a wonderful landscape in Sicily while blooming from May to September.
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