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Tina Weymouth Earrings

Tina Weymouth Earrings

  • Miyuki Delica Glass Seed Beads; Size 11
  • C-Lon Beading Thread
  • 14k Gold Filled Ear Wires


Length ⇢ 3 7/8 inches (3.87 inches)

Width ⇢ 1/2 inches (.5 inches)


These purple to pink ombre fringe earrings have asymmetrical fringe. The gradual length of the fringe & the earring's half-inch width are the perfect statement earring for those who appreciate simplicity. While the average fringe earring is relatively large, our fringe earrings maintain most of their size in their length rather than their width.

Their asymmetrical gives them a versatile look - wear them one way to frame your face, or switch them so they fan out the other direction. 


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 earrings are one of the more affordable pairs of our fringe earrings due to the size of the beads. These Miyuki Delica size 11 beads are a touch larger than those we use in our more expensive fringe pairs. 


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. 

  • Though her name may not be as well known, multi-instrumental and all around powerhouse Tina Weymouth cemented a place for women across musical genres. After David Byrne and future husband Chris Frantz mentioned they were looking for someone to add someone to their band’s rhythm section, Tina learned to play the bass and became one of the founding members of The Talking Heads. Through her incredible achievements across the industry, she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002, making her one of the 8% of inductees that are female.

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