Today's challenge: Try a different metal in your Jewelry that you don't normally use.
I use a variety of metals in the jewelry I make. Gold, Silver, Antique Gold, Silver and Bronze, Gun Metal. There is not much left to choose from. Therefore, I chose a different metal finding in the stash that needs to be used.
Recently I purchased some gold rings to use on necklaces--you know the look, many charms suspended in a circle from a long chain. Still waiting to do that.
These circles are gold with gold wire wrapped around them. Not the usual circle. They came in two sizes--1 1/2 inch and 2 inch.
Perhaps they would make an interesting earring. Little tails of faceted carnelian rondelles were suspended on headpins and attached in threes to the bottom of the 1 1/2 inch rings with earwires attached to the top.
There it is: Not Your Mother's Earring. (ps the dangles move over to be centered easily. Not a mistake.)
Would I wear them? Not really. I have a second choice to go with the Mexican Fire Opal/Carnelian necklace. It will show up later.