The earrings and earrings I finally made through trial and error, because I wanted to make an accessory with a Papier Mache (paper mash) accessory hand-painted in the Kashmir region of India with a lovely pattern. Originally the material used as the foundation is tiles, but the pattern of this Indian hand paint is put on it, and the traditional Japanese handicraft pattern is applied on it to form the final resin, which is the only fusion of India and Japan. The second accessory. *Kintsugi is an old Japanese traditional craft that uses broken lacquerware and spins it with gold powder. Since the modern version of simple Urushi and brass powder are used, it is less likely to cause rash. It's a colorful and pop pattern, but it's also a cute adult accessory that has a great impact because it's made with a gold splicing, giving it a grown-up impression. The pattern was handwritten by an Indian craftsman, but I think it resembles a Japanese taste and suits Japanese clothes. I think that you can enjoy wearing it regardless of age, so I think that you will be pleased with the gift. Size: 28x13mm (size of the longest part) Half moon type Width: 4mm (Gold spliced in gold) Earrings, earrings: gold plated *This is the 28x13mm half-moon sales page. If you would like other sizes and shapes, please contact us first to inquire about the price and the possibility of creation before purchasing. I make it in various shapes and sizes. Please see from the gallery. If the photo is out of stock, it will be created with the same pattern, but there may be some individual differences in the way the pattern appears and the piecing. You can change the earrings ⇔ earrings. Please specify in the remarks column when purchasing.