Pa. Pride: Introducing the Keystone Earring

Show off love for your home state with these studs from Frost Finery.



If you were proudly born and raised in Pennsylvania, or if you’re just a fan of the state, then boy, do we have the earrings for you.

The Keystone stud earrings [$34] in brass from Pittsburgh-based Frost Finery subtly celebrate your Pennsylvania pride. The simple, geometric shape of the earrings also looks killer in your ears. Who knew the Keystone logo could be so fashionable?

Created by Melissa Frost, the earrings are part of Frost Finery’s daily wear collection. After moving to Pittsburgh several years ago from Brooklyn, Frost, who has a background in digital design, took a metal-smithing class as a way to get back to her artistic roots.

Soon, she was creating pieces for family and friends, and today, the Frost Finery line is full of staple pieces.

Her Keystone studs come with bullet clutch style, hypo-allergenic and tarnish-resistant earring backs. Wear them to the next Buccos game along with your Pirates gear. They’ll be a hit!

Available at Frost Finery
frostfinery.com
 

 

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