Copper was cut in a triangle shaped, filed, refined so that the edges were smooth. I pierced a hole where I wanted the ear wire to go. The copper was textured by putting it through a rolling mill with patterned paper that left it's imprint on the copper. The copper surface was scrubbed to ready it for enamel.
The copper was dipped into liquid white enamel and left to dry on a trivet. It was torch fired to get the unusual combination of colors reds, blues and grays. The colors are dependent on how hot the flame is. These are 2 sided earrings.
Dimensions: 1 and 1/4 inch long and 1 and 1/4 inch across.
Sterling silver ear wires. These can be replaced with comfortable sterling silver clip ons for an extra charge.