Laser engraved enamel earrings. Approximately 1” in diameter. The color you see on the surface is called Limoges. This pigment is named after the town Limoges, in south-western France, where it is was originally manufactured. This pigment has been hand applied and fired on to produce a “glaze” like surface on the base enamel.
They have black counter enamel and a sterling silver ear nut.
A little more information about the earrings:
These earrings have a copper base with an enameled surface. I first fire white powdered glass on metal using an enameling kiln. After the glass has fused to the metal and cool it is then laser engraved using a 45 watt laser engraver. The laser engraves the graphic element to the surface of the glass vaporizing silica around 2000 degrees Fahrenheit. This pattern has a physical texture and is embedded into the surface of the glass. The pattern is generated in CAD software.