The centerpiece is red obsidian, looking to me like it represents a drop of blood in blank whiteness--but we're going for a theme here, see? It's set in hand-hammered and formed rose copper. Surrounding that are green snake/snakeskin agate beads, wooden beads beautifully hand-painted with flowers, and finally one of my favorite old finds, hand-carved wooden skull beads (with quartz beads supporting them). All of this hangs on a cord made of six strands of high-quality cotton embroidery floss, crocheted together for strength and stability. And a nice, rough look, I think. That also gives the necklace a comfy bit of stretch, making the necklace altogether 22.5 inches long.
The earrings are of course simplicity, but I don't think I'd recommend them for people with metal sensitivities. I *can* switch them with plain old silver-plated stainless steel ear wires, or even gunmetal (black) non-pierced hoops if the customer prefers, however. Shoot me a conversation for pictures or discussion.
And yes, I can easily shorten the length upon request for no additional charge.
Have any questions? Contact the shop owner.