Portuguese sardines clay tile earrings, azulejo earrings, unique gifts, Portuguese tiles jewelry, Portugal, blue & white sardine tiles, fish
The earrings are 100% handmade and inspired on Portuguese tiles design and mixed with one of Portuguese symbols: the typical sardines.
This is an unique XTory author's design piece.
They are made in polymer clay and nickel, lead free antique silver sardines.
Clay tiles uniquely made by me, hand carved, hand painted and hand finished.
The color used is a very bright deep blue, absolutely unique hand made piece.
Size: around 3 cm x 1 cm
Please note that as an entirely handmade item, colors may differ slightly, as well as the finish, details and work.
I do however my best to match to the original piece :)
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Sardines, or pilchards, are several types of small, oily fish related to herrings.
The term sardine was first used in English during the early 15th century, and may come from the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, around which sardines were once abundant.
Sardines play an important role in Portuguese culture.
Historically a people who depend heavily on the sea for food and commerce, the Portuguese have a predilection for fish in their popular festivities.
The most important is Saint Anthony's day, June 13, when Portugal's biggest popular festival takes place in Lisbon, where grilled sardines are the snack of choice.
Almost every place in Portugal, from Figueira da Foz to Portalegre, from PÃ³voa de Varzim to OlhÃ£o, has the summertime tradition of eating grilled sardines (sardinhas assadas).
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Item will be shipped from Portugal
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