I have made these mismatched hexagonal earrings using copper as the base metal and violet and purple enamel colours. First, I soldered the sterling silver post on the back of these geometric earrings and then enamelled them. The enamel coat on the surface and the back of earrings is the result of applying several layers of enamel. After applying each layer, I fire these modern triangle studs in my kiln at around 785 degrees celsius. These enamel studs have unique colours and minimal design.
Each side of these mismatched hexagonal earrings measure 1.2cm and the height is 2cm.