astra gold stud

With an Art Deco feel, these elegant stud earrings from cult London designer Comfort Station are gorgeously simple, yet rich with nods to on-trend influences.

With a stark geometric look which is strong and ultra contemporary, these luxe, engraved hexagons, rendered in 18 carat gold plated sterling silver, also have an ancient Aztec edge which reminds us ever so slightly of honeycombs! Incredibly versatile, these small studs hold their own with any outfit. If you have multiple piercings, why not team them with a collection of studs and hoops for a bold, artfully curated look?

For an elegant evening style, wear these beauties with a swept-up updo and a sleek outfit in jewel tones to bring out the warmth and resonance of their gold finish. Also available in both silver and oxidised silver, purchase a pair for every occasion and colour palette.


18ct Gold Vermeil

Hexagons measure 10mm x 4mm x 1.5mm.

All our Comfort Station orders will be dispatched directly from the Comfort Station workshop in London within 2 working days using Royal Mail`s Special Delivery Service. Signature Required

Shipping Charges:

United Kingdom and Northern Ireland  €10.00
United Kingdom delivery time is estimated at 2-5 working days.

Republic of Ireland  €10.00
Ireland delivery time is estimated at 5 working days.

Europe  €10.00
Europe delivery time is estimated at 6-9 working days but can take up to a month



Gold vermeil is a layer of gold over sterling silver, and requires a little care and attention. Always remove your gold vermeil jewellery when applying scent, lotions and potions, or even better, always put your jewellery on last when getting dressed.

Never wear your gold vermeil jewellery in the shower or when swimming. Chlorine, especially at high temperatures, can permanently damage or discolour your gold vermeil jewellery.

Gently clean your gold vermeil jewellery with a soft polishing cloth. As with all fine things in life, you should take care to protect your jewellery and always store in a jewellery box, taking care not to drop, or scratch.

The Designer

London Fine Artist, Amy Anderson, began Comfort Station on a market stall designed to delight the passer by.  Conceived as a weekend venture to fund her art practice; the experimental entrepreneur was an instant success. Gaining international buyers, and a regular local following,  rapidly expanding in 2003 Comfort Station premiered at London Fashion Week. In 2004, a destination store was born,  It features in fashion & design publications for its ambient styling as well as the delicate conceptual jewellery. This brand is founded on clear ethics. Working closely with her studio team and with various collaborators, Amy ensures that each piece is manufactured in the UK. Every collection is handcrafted at the Comfort Station studio to the highest finish.