Split Adze Earrings
The adze was the earliest tool known to humankind, and for Hawaiians it was the primary tool for cutting, chopping, forming and shaping everything from calabash bowls to canoes. This ancient shape inspired our modern Split Adze earrings, hand-sawn and formed out of recycled Sterling silver and adorned with ethically-sourced 15 point brilliant cut diamonds set in 18K gold. Their elegant shield-like shape sits right on the ear with 14K gold posts and backs.
Each piece measures approximately 1 1/8" square. A matching pendant is also available HERE.