Cotton Pom Pom Earrings

You’ll love it because: Colourful pom poms and tassels come together to create a happy pair of earrings that you’ll love wearing everyday.

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$4.60

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Handmade in Laos by Tai Lue artisans, these simple and sweet pom pom earrings are easy to wear and easy to give away as gifts. The Tai Lue are renowned for their skill and creativity with indigo and cotton, and their love of embelleshing textiles with pom poms!

 

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Weight6 g

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