Ear tag hoop earrings

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This quintessentially British design is perfect for any farming enthusiast or just a lover of the rural countryside.

These earrings are hand made by me on my farm in Cornwall. 

The ear tag comes in one size for these earrings. The width of the ear tag is 8mm.

Both the ear tag and the hoops are made from sterling silver.

The hoops measure 15mm.

I can fit many designs on my mini ear tags, please take a look on my "Illustrations" page (found at the very bottom of my website) and look at my mini design stamps where you'll find a large selection to choose from. Or you can choose from an initial, a short number or they look lovely plain or hammered. 

Plain / black stamping

This option lets you choose whether to have your hand stamping made black or not. I have included a photograph in this listing which compares the look of plain and black. Leaving the item without ink gives you a more subtle elegant feel and having the hand stamping made black makes it stand out more.  It looks fabulous either way. Due to the extra time taken to turn the stamping black there is a small charge.


Please select from the drop down box if you wish to have a gift box. All of my gift boxes are eco friendly made from FSC certified materials. If you do not wish to have a gift box then your item will come on a Cornish Bluebelle branded backing card and popped into a hessian bag that's been hand stamped with my logo.

Processing time

I will always aim to make your jewellery as soon as possible, usually I can make jewellery within a week. At busier times such as Christmas and Mothers day this will take me longer. Also I often have unexpected busy times throughout the year. For this reason I set my processing time to 2-3 weeks maximum.

A little note

Hand stamped jewellery isn’t meant to always look 100% uniform. Each letter, number and design is stamped into the silver one by one so there will be variations in depth and spacing. This is all part of the rustic charm of handmade jewellery and is not classed as a fault. For information on how to look after your jewellery then please head to my jewellery care guide here on my website.