The raw materials for a pair of hammered earrings. A list would have these tools hammer and block or anvil,torch,dremel or flex shaft tool with sanding and buffing wheels, drill or punch and rivets. I choose to use Snap set heads from www.wire-sculpture.com
These heads can be drilled or punched to take a 1/16 inch rivet Holes were punched in the ends of the 10 gauge copper wire after hammering a flat paddle shape on the end.
Further texture was added to the wires with a variety of hammers. Then after sanding off rough edges, Guilders Paste was applied to give some detail in the bottom of the textures. I used patina which is a blue/green color then rubbed it into the textures and buffed it off the higher parts. The Hooks were connected directly to the wires and the heads were riveted on. I looked at several colors of CZ and after reading an article on the fashion designers pantone color for fall as told in this article http://www.wire-sculpture.com/jewelry-making-blog/
I decided on these bright yellow similar to the bamboo shade and the patina matched one of the other colors. I like the combination.