Coralie Yellow Drop Earrings

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A highly polished simple form, carefully combined with two delicate and colourful glass beads. The coastal tones within the glass beads, complement the minimal design which is at the centre of these highly elegant drop earrings.

The polished pewter droplet & glass details are neatly suspended on fine wire drops, providing the perfect finish to this unique and water fresh design.

Each piece of our ethical jewellery is thoughtfully produced, by hand, in our South Wales studio. A simple approach to design makes it accessible to all but is perfect for those who lead an environmentally conscious lifestyle. Within our sustainable working practices, we follow slow fashion principles, producing timeless, long-lasting, and meaningful jewellery.


  • Cast droplet / 10 mm
  • 40 mm silver-plated steel ear wires
  • Created using sustainably mined Tin 
  • 100% allergy-free ethical jewellery
  • Unique Eco-friendly packaging
  • SKU EC147 Y
  • Also available in Turquoise
  • Free UK shipping

All of our handmade Welsh jewellery is sent directly from the studio. The design process is not solely focused on jewellery aesthetics, but one that continues our ethical approach right into the delivery and packaging of your jewellery. That’s why we only use recycled or recyclable materials in the process and do our best not to keep you waiting for your order.

We also want you to open and discover more about us when you receive the item so as well as some beautiful packaging that you will want to keep or use again, we include a jewellery care card, an information card which tells our story, and details regarding the origin of the jewellery. With some beautiful photography along the way, we hope to turn your purchase into a keepsake.



As an ethical jewellery brand, it is important to prioritise transparency and traceability in our production processes and sourcing of materials. On 1 January 2021, the Conflict Minerals Regulation was introduced which requires EU companies that import metals such as tin, tungsten, tantalum, and gold (all used abundantly in the manufacture of cars, mobile phones, and jewellery) to source and supply these elements through mining schemes that consider environmental impact, pay and treat workers fairly, and put a portion of their profits back into the local community. Koa Jewellery supports positive change and the fair treatment of everyone in the supply chain leading to our studio door. 

Read more about Ethical & Sustainable Jewellery here.