February 3, 2011
From the website:
These cement earrings are modeled on classical pearl studs.
Each sphere is cast by hand and set onto a sterling silver post.
With wear, the color of the earrings will deepen as they are exposed to the air and the oils from your skin.
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I could hide behind the fact that I simply quoted the website's conflation of cement with concrete — but I won't.
I agree with you that the earrings are cement, as stated in large type on the box they come in (pictured in the post).
I also appreciate your pointing out the difference between cement and concrete, something not appreciated by many people.
Still, when I state "From the website" it seems to me that what follows should be their words rather than my edited version.
Something for me to think about.
Posted by: bookofjoe | Feb 4, 2011 6:26:44 PM
Love your blog. I need to correct you here: cement is not concrete. Concrete is a mixture of cement, sand and gravel. Since these are small, I have to assume they have no gravel. The smooth texture indicates they probably don't have any sand. So, I'm going with cement.
Posted by: Dean | Feb 4, 2011 6:02:27 PM
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