"An offbeat, offset, whimsical blend of complimentary beads and charms create a unique set of earrings.
SUKKOT is the Fall Harvest festival
In ancient days the Israelites thanked G-d for a good harvest during a weeklong festival.
Today, we celebrate by building and eating in temporary booths outside of our homes.
We decorate them, often with colorful paper chains, represented by the strands of colorful seed beads.
We also shake the Lulav, made up of three kinds of plants:
myrtle, willow and palm, and smell the Etrog, a fragrant citrus fruit similar to a lemon.
The hinge style earwires are gold plated over surgical steel.
Made of great beads, charms, and crystals from all over the world.
Colors may vary
Shown larger than actual size.
Most of the charms are one-of-a-kind designed by Susan Fischer Weis
Earrings are approximately 2 1/4 inches long"