Eight Long Double Diamond Earrings by Bea Bongiasca


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Collection that functions as a bridge between cultures by generating curiosity towards some of the most common Asian characters.In virtue of the simplicity of these characters, as well as their meanings and the profound history embedded in them, the collection transforms the art of calligraphy into elegant lines on the body.

9k rose gold double sided earrings featuring champagne diamonds.
The meaning of the character is Eight and it's part of the collection A Golden Lesson.

Length: 3.8cm approx.
Max width: 2.8cm approx
Gold weight: 6.3 gr

Product code: 4141464

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Bea Bongiasca


  • Bea Bongiasca creates jewellery that is inspired by travelling in East Asia.


  • Designer incorporates the visual language and knowledge she gained during her travels with her deep passion for pop culture and her western flair. 

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Jewellery Adjustments We want every piece to be a perfect fit for your body, so if you require any adjustments to your chosen new item, such as a longer chain, or an altered ring size, then please contact us at one of our stores. Many adjustments can be carried out for you in a relatively short space of time. More complex adjustments or repairs may need to be returned to individual jewellery designers and this may take a little longer. Unfortunately, due to the unique nature of our collections we cannot guarantee that all items can be adjusted, but we will endeavour to help you in any way that we can.

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