Never Used Mint Condition from an old jeweler estate this is a pair of vintage late 1960s to 1970s mid century rosewood crescent hoop earrings. They are pierced post with butterfly closures. Late 1960s and 1970s mid century Scandinavian, European, and American designs incorporated various exotic and/or high quality wood into their jewelry, kitchen, tableware, flatware/cutlery, furniture and various other products. Thick wide crescent earrings were also very popular during this era having been made from many different types of materials. You can tell these are older from the 1/8" depth, graduated width going around, the chunkiness and the workmanship. Beautifully cut and finished with a soft luster. These look and actually feel soft in the hand. Size is 1.5" wide across the center end to end east to west. Size measurement north to south from top of open space down to the bottom center of the crescent is 1.43 inches. The widest point of the crescent at the bottom center is 1/2" across. In perfect, well matched, beautiful condition this is a lovely example of mid century wood jewelry for your collection.