Love these Hearts! Sterling Hoops

24.99
  • silver heart hoops
  • silver heart hoops
  • heart hoop earrings
  • silver heart earrings
  • heart earrings
  • handmade hoop earrings

Love these Hearts! Sterling Hoops

24.99
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Comfortable and absolutely adorable, these heart hoop earrings are quite often my "just right" earrings for the day. 

I love that they simply slip into place, and you barely know they're there. I hand craft these in nickel free sterling silver one at a time, creating the perfect unique look.

Choose from:

  • 20G standard 
  • 18G thicker

How to decide?

  • 20G standard is about the thickness of an earring post. The disadvantage of this gauge is that the heart is thinner and more delicate. Mine are 20G and I wear them a lot but I don't sleep in them or throw them in the bottom of my purse.
  • 18G is a bit thicker - and is great for most people who've had their ears pierced a long time, especially if you've worn heavier earrings that have stretched your holes a bit.

How to insert them?

  • Gently pull one end up and open it just enough to get it into your ear
  • slip it in and push the wire back to meet the other side
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Comfortable and absolutely adorable, these heart hoop earrings are quite often my "just right" earrings for the day. 

I love that they simply slip into place, and you barely know they're there. I hand craft these in nickel free sterling silver one at a time, creating the perfect unique look.

Choose from:

  • 20G standard 
  • 18G thicker

How to decide?

  • 20G standard is about the thickness of an earring post. The disadvantage of this gauge is that the heart is thinner and more delicate. Mine are 20G and I wear them a lot but I don't sleep in them or throw them in the bottom of my purse.
  • 18G is a bit thicker - and is great for most people who've had their ears pierced a long time, especially if you've worn heavier earrings that have stretched your holes a bit.

How to insert them?

  • Gently pull one end up and open it just enough to get it into your ear
  • slip it in and push the wire back to meet the other side