Cortinarius mushroom earrings,Fungi poisonous mushroom,Miniature food earrings,Fake food jewelry,Polymer clay Fimo jewellery,Handmade by mimitopia
Handmade unique Cortinarius mushroom earrings earrings made by me with lots of love and attention for details.I do not use any molds, they are made from scratch using polymer clay.
A pair of mushroom earrings are a great gift for your loved ones or a lovely treat for you.
For the findings i use Sterling silver 925 but we can replace them also with hypoallergenic surgical steel. If you need to replace them, please let me know.
Cortinarius iodes, commonly known as the spotted cort or the viscid violet cort, is a species of agaric fungus in the family Cortinariaceae. The fruit bodies have small, slimy, purple caps up to 6 cm (2.4 in) in diameter that develop yellowish spots and streaks in maturity. The gill color changes from violet to rusty or grayish brown as the mushroom matures. The species range includes the eastern North America, Central America, northern South America, and northern Asia, where it grows on the ground in a mycorrhizal association with deciduous trees. The mushroom is not recommended for consumption. Cortinarius iodeoides, one of several potential lookalike species, can be distinguished from C. iodes by its bitter-tasting cap cuticle.
Please note that every piece is handmade and unique so they are all slightly different. But I assure you that it will be very close to those you see in the photos.❤️
The earrings are water resistant, but not waterproof. Remove them before bathing, swimming and water activities.
Please, avoid spraying the jewelry with perfume, it may erode and ruin it!
Clean with soft cloth or baby wipes if necessary.
Packaging & Shipping info:
All items are placed in a gift box, carefully wrapped and shipped in a protective padded envelope. The package is then shipped from Greece, using International priority airmail and tracking number.
Once you order it,it takes 3-5 working days to be shipped! :-)
You can find us also in our little shop in Greece
Pythagora Str 49
Bon Appétit :-D