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Joan Jett Earrings

Joan Jett Earrings

  • Miyuki Delica Glass Seed Beads
  • 24k Gold Plated Seed Beads
  • C-Lon Thread
  • 14k Gold Filled Ear Wire


Length ⇢ 4 5/8 inches 
Width ⇢ 1/2 inch


These asymmetrical fringe earrings are made with high quality Miyuki Delica Glass Seed Beads & premium C-Lon Thread. The use of these premium materials prolongs the life, shape, & color of your earrings. For this earring we used espresso, terracotta, ivory, & 24k gold plated seed beads. Yes, the gold seed beads are made with real gold!


Our fringe earrings are part of the Musicista Donna Collection, which celebrates the iconic earring style of the 1970's - a time when statement, bohemian, fringe, dangle, & yellow gold earrings were on trend. Each pair is named after an iconic female musician during this time.

For more information about this collection, visit our blog post titled "Musicista Donna"!


These fringe earrings are the perfect size. At only 1/2 of an inch wide, they make a statement, but won't take away from the rest of your outfit. The neutral colors make them easy to pair with any outfit! The gold accents shimmer as they catch the light.


The ear wire (the part of the earring that goes through your ear lobe) is made of 14k gold filled wire. They are hypoallergenic & can be worn in the most sensitive of ears! This high quality metal will not turn, tarnish, or stain your skin.


Depending on stock, these earrings may be made to order. Please allow 7 days for construction + shipping time. 

  • Joan Jett shattered the accepted culture that rock and roll was a “man’s world”. Founding member of The Runaways, Joan’s role in the mid ‘70s music scene became a huge influence on female-fronted bands that followed. She cemented her place in rock history with iconic albums such as Bad Reputation and I Love Rock and Roll. After meeting Kenny Laguna, the pair founded Blackheart Records, which is still producing music today, carrying acts such as L7, Big Daddy Kane, and Metal Church. Her incredible tenacity as well as her groundbreaking hits earned her the monikers “The Original Riot Grrrl”, “The Queen of Rock and Roll”, and “The Godmother of Punk”.

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