Taco and Hot Sauce Mismatched Earrings

Spice up your look with this playful pair of cloisonné stud earrings.
created by

Christine Schmidt

$20.00

Christine Schmidt created by

Christine Schmidt

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Hot Stuff!

What's everyone's favorite day during Fashion Week? Taco Tuesday, of course. Designer Christine Schmidt's illustrations of a smiling taco and hot sauce bottle are perfectly captured in cloisonné, with brightly colored enamel framed in 22 karat gold. The pair of mismatched earrings, which have hypo-allergenic, stainless steel stud backs, come tastefully packaged in a decorative glass vial. Made in San Francisco.

Read more about Christine Schmidt's quirky creations and the inspirations behind them on our blog. And now you can tour her studio, too!

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Made in California

Christine Schmidt

created by

Christine Schmidt

location

California

“I make things that I want. I have an idea and I figure out how to make it.”

Christine Schmidt's art career began in primary school when she won a bike in the local grocer's coloring contest (it was red and had ten whole speeds!) After a youth spent on the plains of Kansas City and art school in Washington D.C., she and her boyfriend, Evan, moved west to a little place perched atop windy Bernal Hill in San Francisco. Fueled by too much black tea and public radio shows, she spent nights creating hand-printed cards and gifts. Seeking out local suppliers and working with fine, earth-loving materials, she began honing her line of wares. In 2007, after steeling her nerves, Christine took a box of her goods to some local stores...they placed orders, and Yellow Owl Workshop was born.

Christine's workshop now bustles with a team of hard-working ladies in a sunny Mission district studio. Though it's grown, the workshop's original values of attention to detail, ecological awareness, and premium, American-made materials are evident in every product.

Read more about Christine Schmidt's quirky creations and the inspirations behind them on our blog. And now you can tour her studio, too!

Handmade Recycled Made in the USA
Made from
glass vial, 100% PCW recycled paper insert., cork stopper, stamped bronze, enamel 22-k gold plated, hypoallergenic steel post
Measurements
.5" diameter
Care
Clean with dry soft cloth.
Item ID
43582

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5.0

Mismatched earrings will be a hit

By 

from Ma

About Me Stylish

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Unique

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Casual

    Comments about UncommonGoods Taco and Hot Sauce Mismatched Earrings:

    She will enjoy receiving these

    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes, Yes
     
    5.0

    CUTE CUTE EARRINGS

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    from Phoenix, Az

    About Me Comfort-Oriented, Modern, Practical

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Unique

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Casual
      • Everyday

      Comments about UncommonGoods Taco and Hot Sauce Mismatched Earrings:

      Cute earrings great gift.

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      3.0

      cute, but too small

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      from ca

      Pros

      • Unique

      Cons

      • Too Small

      Best Uses

        Comments about UncommonGoods Taco and Hot Sauce Mismatched Earrings:

        cute, unique design & packaging. i am disappointed how small the earrings are.

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