These native timber earrings feature the Western Australian native plant Chamelaucium uncinatum Geraldton Waxflower, commonly found in bushland around Geraldton.
Crafted from Allocasuarina fraseriana, commonly known as Western Sheoak found throughout Perth and the South-West Region of WA often in Jarrah Forest. Shoeaks can grow up to 15m high, have needle like leaves and have either male and female flowers. The wood grain has a distinct lace pattern. Please note: as each set of earrings are unique, there will be variation in colour and grain to the image shown.
Diamond – 15mm x 10mm diameter | 0.6in x 0.4in diameter (each earring)
Round – 10mm diameter | 0.4in diameter (each earring)
Engraved solid sheaok wood earrings with nickel free backs.