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Little Kingfisher Hoops of dreams  by Eliza  Rose In stock

Little Kingfisher Hoops of dreams by Eliza Rose In stock

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 Little Kingfisher Hoops of dreams  by Eliza  Rose

 Contemporary Feminine - Bespoke Australiana

Show off your love of our beautiful country in a bold, luminous and dazzling way.  Eliza Rose is a brand here to help you champion Australian nature and culture, through wearable art!

  1. Made from lasercut acrylic.
  2. Made in Brisbane, Australia.
  3. Hoop is   925 sterling silver.
  4. Charm is 30mm across, 40mm tall. On hoop, size is 30mm across, 56mm tall.
  5. All earrings may vary in colour due to acrylic variations. Photo is a reference only. Small imperfections can happen in the materials, as is the character of handmade.
  • Pieces are delicate and are to be treated with care. Give your jewellery a wipe with a soft, clean cloth. Do not spray purfumes or other chemicals on the brooch.
    Avoid dropping your jewellery onto hard surfaces

 Cut in Brisbane and hand assembled in the Eliza Rose studio, this sparkly brooch is sure to add some joy to your day! I’ve had a wonderful time creating them.

Eliza Rose is no longer permanently stocking all pieces at once, as it's just going to become far too much to store in my little studio! 😅 Now that I have an employee, I have more time to design exciting things for our customers.
Most months, I will be having a release of new designs at Eliza Rose. I will also be restocking a few previous pieces that people are hoping to get


Eliza Rose is an Australian artist, who works in watercolours and oils, capturing the cheeky and sweet characteristics of animals in her detailed work. Wear a piece of art with her line of handmade brooches, each piece carefully created to complement your clothes. Australian flora and fauna particularly interest her, as well as scenery from her surroundings in Brisbane and Murwillumbah. She can be found snapping photos at your local zoo or quiet street, trying to talk to birds that have no interest in talking back, and disappearing for days at a time in her studio.

Originals and prints of her work are held in private collections around the world, and she likes nothing more than to hear stories from people who connect to her art.