Sentimental earrings that are also sleek and stylish! Each hoop earring is nestled with something very special - the phase of our Moon from a special moment. What Moon phase was shining on your birthday? Wedding? The day you lost a loved one? What about a special piece as a gift for someone else that commemorates their favorite memory? We help you find out how the Moon appeared in the sky during that moment and create this timeless keepsake with it. Using actual photographs of the Moon and high quality materials, these are sure to please. Simple enough for everyday wear, but sleek enough for special occasions, these statement hoop earrings are perfect for every jewelry rotation. Best of all - you have the option to make a mis-matched pair and celebrate two different dates!
To order, please provide the following information: Date (in this format: MM/DD/YYYY), Time Zone, and Approximate Time Of Day (if possible) of the date you wish to celebrate. We will verify your Moon phase and begin production. If your date has a "new Moon" (ie the first and darkest phase of the Moon, which would essentially be a black charm), we will create your piece with a darkened full Moon to illustrate that it was in shadow at the time. We include a card with your piece that describes the date information provided and the Moon phase. If you prefer to have a full Moon instead of a custom moon phase from a certain date, please put "FULL MOON" in where it prompts you to provide a date. We do not offer engraving.
Size & Materials
Size: 2" x 2 3/4" tall / 50mm x 65mm Earring Type: Latch back hook with ear wire Materials: Rhodium plated brass, glass
Care & Info
★ These are individually handcrafted and the particular piece you receive may vary slightly from what is pictured. These are also not 100% waterproof, so please avoid getting this wet.
★ Discounts apply if you wanted to order multiples for wedding parties and events - please message us beforehand to set up a custom order.
★ A portion of the proceeds from every galaxy line sale will go to the Planetary Society to help fund space exploration and research.