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Free Shipping Australia Wide for orders over AUD $100. **** BLACK FRIDAY SALE: 20% OFF ALL RECYCLED ACRYLIC JEWELLERY. DISCOUNT APPLIES IN CART. ENDS 11:59pm AEST 29/12/2021 **** The online store will be closing between 9/12/2021 and 26/12/2021. Happy Shopping!

Recycled Acrylic Plastic Earring: Organic Drops

$36.00

These one-of-a-kind earrings are handmade from 100% recycled plastic. Acrylic waste scraps are diverted from landfill and melt-pressed in-house into stunning, unique and guilt free wearable art.

You will receive the exact pair of earrings as shown in the first image.

These earrings feature a pair of recycled acrylic dangles measuring 49mm in height. Colour scheme: Purple and Blue Tones

All recycled jewellery is laser cut from small melt pressed acrylic sheets and therefore any particular design is extremely limited. To see all items available from the same sheet at this one, click here.

All metal earring components are stainless steel. 

The earrings come mounted on a sturdy Eucalyptus Plywood card (from FSC certified forests) so you can keep them safely organised!

The second image shows an example of the earrings being worn for sizing purposes.

Due to the nature of the recycling process there may be small defects in the surface and edges of the acrylic pieces, as well as a variability in the acrylic thickness.

Scroll further down to learn more about these pieces and the recycling process.

Oh Pluto Recycled Jewellery is:

  • Hypoallergenic and tarnish resistant: All metal findings are 304 or 316 Stainless Steel
  • Completely unique and one-of-a-kind
  • Handmade in Australia
  • Sustainable, environmentally friendly and good for your conscience.

About the Recycled Acrylic Collection

These recycled acrylic pieces are produced entirely from assorted acrylic scraps and offcuts. The acrylic is melt pressed together to produce beautifully unique acrylic sheets, which are then laser cut into small batch jewellery collections. Find out more about the recycling process.