These are .22 shorts and are an 1800's friendly round that I picked up at the cowboy range. Most specifically, these were laying all over the floor of the church after Fire in the Hills. The flowers are fire polished Czech glass with antiqued brass filigree.
I experimented with some other sizes since my hubby bought me some small drill bits as a treat the other night. I often break these, so a set of drill bits is better than a dozen roses to me any day of the week.
So anyway, 30 carbines. The lighting in my room is really crappy, but you get the idea of them anyway. A .30 carbine was introduced in the 40's, so unlike most of my bullet casings, it's not a Victorian-era round. I have a lovely assortment of firearm enthusiast friends that keep me supplied in odd casings.
Here again, larger Czech fire-polished glass flowers with aged copper filigree findings.
And lastly, another pair of .22 shorts. Mottled, creamy green and brown Czech flowers with antiqued brass and a rhinestone roundel.