As a japanese language student I admire the custom of viewing the changing colour of maples in the autumn, that is common in Japan (is called momijigari)
This Autumn Maple leafs set is inspired by my love for the autumn season.
I love to see maples changing its leaf’s color in fall, from day to day their leafs starts with orange tones and finish with reddish ones. Its leaves seems to burn in the cold sunsets and transmit warmth and calm to my soul.
As a curiosity, I’ll tell you that the maple is a common symbol of strength and endurance and has been chosen as the national tree of Canada. Maple is also a symbol of Hiroshima, ubiquitous in the local culture.
Not everyone has pierced ears. Some people can’t pierce them for religious or medical reasons or maybe because they just don’t want to.
But, having non-pierced ears doesn’t mean you can’t wear earrings. You just have to use clip-ons.
Fun fact: Back in the Victorian era, affluent women believed it was disgraceful to pierce their ears. For this reason, clip-on earrings were invented.
In this set the Clip-on earrings are available in two styles so you won’t be limited in any way:
Non pirced clasp: gently clips shut to the ear without a post. For this reason, these earrings can be worn on pierced and non-pierced ears alike.
Non pirced screw: combine the comfort of the screw-back, plus the ease of hinge earring findings.
Metal alloy, synthetic pearls and methacrylate.
If you like the autumnal inspiring accesories you will also like Crystal Acorn pin