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Sulphur- Crested Cockatoo Earrings   by Eliza
Sulphur- Crested Cockatoo Earrings   by Eliza
Sulphur- Crested Cockatoo Earrings   by Eliza
Sulphur- Crested Cockatoo Earrings   by Eliza

Sulphur- Crested Cockatoo Earrings by Eliza

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Sulphur- Crested Cockatoo Earrings by Eliza  Rose 

Contemporary Feminine - Bespoke Australiana

One image has brooch and earrings featured both purchased separately.  And image showing the shimmery gold on brooches. 

 With a cheeky little head tilt, the sulphur-crested cockatoo sits perched on a branch of real wood, draped with golden wattle to match his crest. The subtle glints of a mirrored beak and shimmery gold in the white acrylic add to this beauty - he will elevate your outfit and be the perfect talking point.

    • Details:

      • 35mm across, 75mm tall.
      • As the pieces are individually hand crafted in the studio, there may be minor differences, making each one unique. Also, please keep in mind slight colour variations between computer/phone screens.
      • Pieces are delicate and are to be treated with care, especially the wood. Give your jewellery a wipe with a soft, clean cloth. Do not spray purfumes or other chemicals on the brooch.
      • All brooches may vary slightly in colour due to acrylic variations. Please note, the black acrylic is different in each piece, making each one unique. Photo is a guide only. Small imperfections can happen in the materials, as is the character of handmade.
      • Roller brooch on the back for secure hol


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.