Brass Patina Earrings



These brass patina earrings are unique and stylish accessories that add a touch of vintage charm to any outfit. The earrings are handcrafted from brass, a metal known for its durability and warm golden hue. The brass has undergone a patina treatment, which is a natural process that creates an aged and weathered appearance on the surface of the metal.

Brass patina earrings, handcrafted by artisans. Earring wires are nickel and cadmium free.




    Anju’s passion for jewelry and design started at a very early age. She was born in the beautiful and colorful state of Rajasthan in India, surrounded by a rich culture, natural beauty and a creative environment. In 1993 Anju and Gaurav Agarwal invested in their future and moved to America. While Gaurav spent his days working on his Ph.D, Anju began using her eclectic eye for beauty and flare, to make jewelry and sell it at local craft fairs. As her jewelry sales began to take off, Gaurav quit his job so he could focus all of his attention on helping Anju grow her jewelry business. On a trip back home Anju met a talented but struggling group of artisans that could not keep consistent work. It was then Anju decided to partner with this artisan group and move manufacturing back home to India where she knew she could provide these artisans with consistent work. They are happy to say that more than 12 years later they are still working with this very same artisan group + many more, and over the years their quality of life has improved significantly. Each piece of jewelry is hand-crafted by artisans and hand packed with care in our Atlanta, GA showroom. Anju’s exposure to different cultures has been a lasting source of inspiration which springs to life in her unique design concepts. Their mission at Anju is to create unique, hand-crafted products that blend traditional craftsmanship with modern trends. By partnering with artisan groups they are able to provide an economic opportunity for artisans and their families in an environment that supports cultural heritage, creative expression, and fair trade practices.