A pair of brass loop earrings. Each individual earring is made of one piece of brass. The top part of the earring is an incomplete circle and most of the brass is flattened. At the bottom of the circle the two ends twist together and the brass is rounded. Once the twist is complete the two ends stick out horizontally to the sides. The brass is flattened and the ends are tear drop shaped. There is a second piece of brass connected at each of the the tops of the earrings. The top of the piece is flattened and tear drop shaped. The brass then becomes rounded and twists around the circle. There is a hook with a pointed end attached to the back. This is where the earrings go into the pierced ears. The earrings dangle and are approximately 2 1/2 inches wide. The coloring is not completely even and there are some minor scratches on the earrings.
A pair of silver wishbone earrings with dinner gongs. The tops of the earrings feature a piece of silver that is flattened at the top with a tear drop shaped edge. The silver then splits into to rounded pieces of silver that curve towards the back and then flatten and come to a point at the ends. This top part somewhat resembles a wish bone. Each hooked piece of silver has a hole in it. This equals four (4) holes, two (2) on each of the earrings. The holes have rounded pieces of silver going through them. These pieces are almost triangular in shape but have curved corners. There is a hooked piece of silver attached to the back of the "wishbone" It has a pointed end and is the part that goes into the pierced ears. The coloring is not completely even and there are some minor scratches. The backs of the earrings where the hooks are attached are peeling slightly.