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i was poking around in an antique shop and i spied an old wooden box with some of the old kid's game called ''JACKS''

these are antique steel jacks; modern ones are made of a zinc alloy, or even worse, plastic...

the ear wires are made of solid sterling silver and securely attached with a jeweler's torch... each earring weighs 4.7 grams (a us nickel [5 cent coin] weighs 5.0 grams)... so they are light and very wearable... the hook style earrings are 1.5 inches[3.8cm.] in length

Jacks (sometimes called jackstones, jackrocks, fivestones, onesies, knucklebones, or snobs) is a playground game for children. They tossed them into the air in a way similar to today's version of the game. The game is usually played with two people. The game originated in Ancient Rome, Greece and Egypt...

I couldn't decide wither to make them with sterling posts or sterling hook type ear-wires...
so i did both... let me know which style you prefer during checkout...

also all of my work comes packaged in either a gift box or a small cloth drawstring pouch; just tell me your preferance in the "note to seller" during the checkout process...

i care about where I live so all my precious metals are made from
100% recycled material...

thank you for your interest in my work, i appreciate it...

........mark kaplan

to get into my shop just click here: http://markaplan.etsy.com

jacks earrings sterling silver steel


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  • Materials: steel, certified recycled 925 sterling silver
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