These beautiful earrings are made by Miyoko. The fortune cookies are sterling silver. The ear wires are sterling silver and approximately 1" long.
Earrings cannot be returned but can be exchanged within 14 days in its original condition. Custom orders cannot be returned or exchanged. Buyer must pay for shipping. If there is a problem with your order please contact Miyoko Graphix (email@example.com).
Silver Fortune Cookie Earrings
Often served as a dessert in Chinese restaurants in the United States and other Western Countries it is not a tradition in China. It is not clear where the fortune cookie in the United States began but it appears that they most likely originated from cookies Japanese immigrants made in the late 19th or early 20th century. As far back as the 19th century, a cookie very similar in appearance to the modern fortune cookie was made in Kyoto, Japan, and there is a Japanese Shinto temple tradition of writing random fortunes on small strips of paper, called omikuji. This cookie was slightly different, they were larger and contained sesame and miso instead of vanilla and butter. They did contain a omikuji (fortune) however, and the small slip of paper was wedged into the bend of the cookie.