Sterling Silver Triple Half Huggie Earrings
Sterling Silver Triple Half Huggie Earrings Sterling Silver Triple Half Huggie Earrings Sterling Silver Triple Half Huggie Earrings Sterling Silver Triple Half Huggie Earrings Sterling Silver Triple Half Huggie Earrings
€135

Seeing Double? No, Seeing Triple…

  • Created in sterling silver
  • Go on, give us a hug…
  • Rows of sparkling stones… by three, please
  • Hallmarked in Dublin Castle
  • Bespoke Luxury Packaging Included

Why did Grey Riot 14 choose you?

The wearer of a Grey Riot piece is usually highly creative. They can resonate an energy and enthusiasm rarely matched.

They are usually highly intelligent and equally interesting. They are the people you remember most. Their style is alternative, bold and unquestionably distinct.  

Grey Riot 14 Earring Specifications

  • Precious Metal – 925 sterling silver
  • Half hoop, half hug earrings with triple white stone set curve descend
  • Earring size – 15mm drop x 5mm width
  • Stone size – 1mm
  • OG logo engraved
  • Hallmarked & authenticated by the Assay Office, Dublin Castle

Why call it Grey Riot?

Grey Riot was chosen to represent a journey that a lot of people have taken. In most cases an internal journey that is unexpected and unpleasant.

However, this journey has applied a new layer of wisdom that cannot be earned any other way.

Grey is a reference to Grey Matter and riot is a reference to a disturbance.Why Oscar Graves loves it…

Sparkle by Six

One pair of earrings, six layers of sparkling stones. Curved to accentuate the glistening white stones, these Grey Riots scream style and demand full attention. Ideal in size and shape, they are often admired and usually sold out!

Most Popular silver huggies in the Oscar collection.  

The Oscar Graves Grey Riot Jewellery Collection

The Grey Riot Jewellery Collection, like all of the Oscar Graves 7 collections, originally evolves from the Grey Riot sterling silver  ring design. 

​The 7 rings of Oscar Graves were the first jewellery pieces to be created by Pearse Curran, the creator of Oscar Graves.