Let me grow | Mustard & Latte | Claire Ritchie x Concrete Jellyfish

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A collab about quiet moments. Handmade earrings from a beautiful handmade illustrations. 

6cm x 10cm

This is a light weight earring.

Each pair are handmade to order so will be unique just for you.

Made from hand painted resin and acrylic mirror. Hypoallergenic stainless steel earring post.

A little note |

This image should be used a guide only. Due to the nature of the materials and processes required to create our beautiful pieces, each pieces colour and pattern will be unique. We always endeavour to create pieces as close as possible to what is represented in the photo and we only ship what we love and would wear ourselves. Colours may vary depending on your computer and device screen - we do our best to accurately present colours and tones. The colours represented are in such a way if you were to hold your piece in the dazzling sunshine.

About Claire

Claire Ritchie is a passionate designer and maker of simple, functional clothing and accessories in bold and unique prints.

Claire studied Clothing Production and Fashion & Textile Design in her hometown Perth, Western Australia before moving to the east coast in 2007 with her sewing machine and a string of vibrant fabrics in tow. In 2018, she packed up her beloved Melbourne studio and headed north for a sunny change of pace. 

Several years of sewing to her own creative beat and always staying true to her values of treating our beautiful environment with care underpins what Claire Ritchie is all about. Claire challenges consumers to shop more carefully, to buy high quality items and treat them well, to slow down the fast fashion movement. She hopes her thoughtfully designed items will inspire people to shop with the same thoughtfulness.

Claire's interest in sustainability has led her to choosing digital printing on natural fabrics. She designs all prints herself, and has them printed locally with digital textile printers, Next State. All products are sewn by hand from her home studio in Brisbane. 



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