Beautiful elven ears inspired by the magical Elven Wood, with amber flowers and silvery threads.
"If through the copper woods you pass, the silver woods shine far away,
There you will hear a thousand throats proclaim the forest's roundelay.
The grass beside the bubbling spring shines like snow in sunlight fair
And blue flowers drenched in moisture rise and tremble in the perfumed air.
It seems the tall and ancient trees have souls beneath their bar concealed,
Souls that oft amid their boughs by singing voices are revealed,
While down the hidden forest glades, beneath the twilight's silver haze,
One sees the rapid brooklets leap along their shining pebbly ways."
Calin (pages from a tale) by M. Eminescu
These elf ear cuffs are made of non-tarnish silver plated wire, cultured pearls, amber style beads and TOHO beads.
Elven Wood elf ears are very easy to wear and can be worn at festivals, Cosplay, LARPs, Halloween and other times when you want to feel special.
They can be the perfect gift for someone who loves fantasy jewelry, elvish jewelry, fairy jewelry, LARP or cosplay (to accessorize a fairy costume or an elf costume) or even for an elegant Elven Wedding.
One size that fits comfortably every ear.
Local Pickup is Not Available.
Item ships from:
Patarlagele, Buzau, Romania.
by Romanian Post.
I'm shipping from Romania, Europe. Every piece comes in a little gift box, sent safely in bubblewrap envelope via international registered airmail.
Returns & Refunds:
Return: Yes, only within 7 Days
Refund: Exchange Only
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please send me a mail with the problem accompanied by a relevant photo (within 7 days of your receipt of your purchase) and I will replace the item or offer a refund.
- silver plated wire, cultured pearls, amber style beads, TOHO beads
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- Last updated on:
- Jul 25, 2017
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- Sep 18, 2017