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Taken from Annoushka's limited edition 24 collection, these Alter Ego long drop earrings embody the protective, magical qualities dream catchers have long been known for. With ebony and black rhodium-plated white-gold forming the basis behind this piece, the delicately placed diamond-set flowers form a mystical image of nature. Annoushka rhodium-plated white-gold, diamond and ebony tear drop earrings. Hook fastening. Black rhodium plated white-gold, H/SI faceted and briolette diamonds, black diamonds, rose-cut diamonds and ebony. Limited to 24 pieces. Cleaning – all diamonds and stones in the Dream Catcher collection can be cleaned with a soft bristled brush and non-abrasive cleaner such as washing up liquid. Cleaning jewellery with ebony should be done with care, as ebony is a porous material; if bushing with a soft toothbrush is not sufficient, then clean with very dilute washing-up liquid in warm water and a soft toothbrush. Storage – diamonds and stones are harder than gold, so stone set jewellery items should be stored so they are separated in order to avoid scratching or damage to gold and stone. The forms of the Dream Catcher while visually bold, are still vulnerable if subject to compression or distortion. Wear – while all diamond and stone set gold jewellery is durable, care should be taken with gold, stones and diamonds which can be damaged by abrasion and impact against hard surfaces or materials. The delicate pattern in Dream Catcher is liable to catch on fabrics so care must be taken to avoid contact with lose threads or lacy fabrics. Settings – all the stones in Dream Catcher are hand set and should be secure for many years of normal wear, however they should be checked regularly to ensure abrasion or impact have not compromised the settings. Diamonds – while diamonds are the hardest material known to man, they are brittle and can be damage by impact. Ebony – while suitable for jewellery, ebony is a relatively soft material and can be damaged by abrasion and impact. Color: black