Circuit Dangle Earrings

By Melissa Borrell


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Lightweight pieces created using 3D printer by Selective Laser Sintering in nylon.

  • Made in the USA
  • Materials: Nylon with sterling silver ear hooks
  • Dimensions: 1.0" x 0.75" x 0.25"
  • Weight: 0.06 lb.

16 Reviews (4.3 out of 5 Grommets)

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Nothing but compliments

6/27/2019 by Martina

This is my second pair and get compliments every time I wear them. Light weight and very comfortable.


Lightness counts!

1/31/2017 by Julie

The Melissa Borrell earrings are a delight! I own other brands and these "outweigh the competition" I don't have to worry about my earlobes complaining. The Red color Pops! It's fun to receive questions on who made these and I direct them to the Grommet. I am grateful and looking forward to more styles by this artist. Thank you.More > < Less


great jewelry need an ear hook

3/2/2015 by victory

i love these pieces i also have necklace everyone asks about them i need one earring ear connector i have the earrings but lost the ear hook can you help me thanks victory leviMore > < Less


Best New Art

10/7/2014 by Linda

I love these earrings which looks so interesting and are so light to wear. This is the second earrings (I also have the matching necklace to both) that I have gotten by Melissa. The other was the laser cut ones and I am in love with her work. Can't wait to see more!More > < Less


Love the earrings and the idea

10/6/2014 by Elizabeth

I love these earrings. My only concern at first was the small size of both the earring and the ear piece, but I have adjusted. They're smaller than I expected, but the design is delicate and they work. I bought both colors and have received compliments on both. People are intrigued by the production process, as am I.More > < Less

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Melissa Borrell - 3D Printed Jewelry

About Melissa Borrell

Constructing Jewelry

Simple squares are the building blocks of Melissa Borrell’s Open Square jewelry series, but there’s nothing elementary about her sculptural designs. The overlapping squares create layers of structure, like city architecture. Even the negative spaces become part of her intricate compositions.

Melissa, who earned her master’s degree in jewelry design from RISD, uses advanced technologies to engineer her creations. Each necklace, ring and earring design is digitized using CAD software and fabricated with a cutting-edge 3D printer. The designs are intricate, yet despite the many layers of interconnected squares, the pieces are surprisingly lightweight. They’re made from a durable nylon material and finished with handmade metal accents.

Modern and graphic, Melissa’s Open Square jewelry series makes a bold statement. It’s hip to be square.