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earing

[′ir·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Formation of scallops around the top edge of a deep- drawn product due to differences in the directional properties of the metal sheet.
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Princess Margaret's coral and diamond earings, designed by Michael Gosschalk in 1960.
Worst/Best present : The best one I bought for Sharon was a pair of earings from New York.
My source adds: "We raided Tiffany's jewellery store and got Martine some silver earings and picture frames.