You know what an umlaut is. It's the two dots you use above a vowel to show it's pronounced differently than usual. But have you heard of a METAL UMLAUT? Also known as "rock dots", they're used in heavy metal bands' names (Queensrÿche, Blue Öyster Cult, Motörhead, and Mötley Crüe) to reference the Goths and Vikings of ancient Northern Europe, and therefore, to signify a band's extreme awesomeness. These decorative umlauts have been parodied in film and fiction; in the mockumentary film This Is Spın̈al Tap (spelled with an umlaut mark over the n and a dotless i), fictional rocker David St. Hubbins says, "It's like a pair of eyes. You're looking at the umlaut, and it's looking at you."
So these little side-by-side black glass rhinestones are secured in twin brass claw settings and measure 1/4" x 1/8". They were manufactured in the 1960's. We added brand-new sterling silver posts and backs. Enjöy.