A spooky pair of earrings. The earrings are of a skeletal reconstruction, or body silhouette with transparent white bones, of a pterosaur (which is a flying reptile, it lived during the age of dinosaurs). The pterosaur is Ferrodraco lentoni, a species known from the Cretaceous in Winton, Queensland, Australia. The earrings are made from acrylic, which is a type of plastic, with stainless steel hooks. The earrings are resting on a marble plate, in front of a purple background.
A pair of pterosaur skeleton earrings. Not dinosaur, not pterodactyl, THEY ARE PTEROSAURS. Specifically, Ferrodraco lentoni. The earrings are black, white white transparent bones. They have stainless steel hooks which are silver in colour, and they are in front of a purple background.
Close up of a pterosaur skeleton earring in a hand. The earring is kind of big, about 6.5cm long from the top of the stainless steel hook to the bottom of the acrylic charm. The charm is of a pterosaur silhouette, with white transparent bones. The earring is on a palm facing up, in front of a white background.
A pair of pterosaur skeleton earrings. Pterosaurs are the group that includes pterodactyls, as well as more than 100 other species. These pterosaurs are Ferrodraco lentoni, and were designed by the paleontologist who named that species, Adele Pentland. The earrings are made from acrylic and are black and white (the bones are transparent and white), hanging from stainless steel hooks in front of a purple background.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A spooky pair of earrings. The earrings are of a skeletal reconstruction, or body silhouette with transparent white bones, of a pterosaur (which is a flying reptile, it lived during the age of dinosaurs). The pterosaur is Ferrodraco lentoni, a species known from the Cretaceous in Winton, Queensland, Australia. The earrings are made from acrylic, which is a type of plastic, with stainless steel hooks. The earrings are resting on a marble plate, in front of a purple background.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A pair of pterosaur skeleton earrings. Not dinosaur, not pterodactyl, THEY ARE PTEROSAURS. Specifically, Ferrodraco lentoni. The earrings are black, white white transparent bones. They have stainless steel hooks which are silver in colour, and they are in front of a purple background.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Close up of a pterosaur skeleton earring in a hand. The earring is kind of big, about 6.5cm long from the top of the stainless steel hook to the bottom of the acrylic charm. The charm is of a pterosaur silhouette, with white transparent bones. The earring is on a palm facing up, in front of a white background.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A pair of pterosaur skeleton earrings. Pterosaurs are the group that includes pterodactyls, as well as more than 100 other species. These pterosaurs are Ferrodraco lentoni, and were designed by the paleontologist who named that species, Adele Pentland. The earrings are made from acrylic and are black and white (the bones are transparent and white), hanging from stainless steel hooks in front of a purple background.

Pterosaur Skeleton Earrings

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based on Ferrodraco lentoni, this design is close to my heart since I named and described it!

stainless steel hooks

7cm long & 4.5cm wide

Laser cut acrylic & etched details