The Drifter bought these new from Tommy Singer himself in 2013—a year before his passing. Some merchants advertise Tommy Singer jewelry, but nowadays it is usually hallmarked T&R Singer and made by his widow; his daughter and his son-in-law. They use Tommy's old designs and tools and they make a wonderful exact replica of his work. But these are not that. These are the real deal and the Drifter stands behind that. We have a few more pieces of his work (including two squash blossoms!) but it is sort of hard letting loose of them. Each earring here has a nice little sugilite stone adorning it, and they are fashioned in Tommy's famed double-overlay style in gold, silver and black. They weigh .26-ounces each. Length is a smidgen short of two inches; width is 1 and 3/8ths. Hallmarked "T. Singer." Less expensive than a collector car but just as beautiful.