There is something so special about these earrings. They are quite old and may date to the early 1900s. They consist of two glass balls in a rather milky green that are infused with gold dust. The balls are suspended from screwback earrings that look a bit like copper or rose gold. I don't think they are gold or copper but they are too rosy to be brass. Most of my pictures of these didn't turn out so I will add more later. The screwbacks are most unusual and make me feel sure these are more antique than vintage.
The earrings are 1.75 inches from the little metal dot to the bottom. The drop portion is 1.5 inches. Condition is old but without problems. You will feel most elegant wearing them. I have a bead necklace that is a near match but it is currently being restrung.