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Explanation: not knowing your context (hint!), I can't be sure but: a 'Schmuckträger' is a person who wears jewelery, and 'Ohrenschmuck' is naturally earrings, so perhaps it's a person who wears (is wearing) earrings
Ken Cox Local time: 10:15 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 5905
Explanation: My daughter has one and she calls it an "earring tree" Hers is a small lucite stand with horizontal arms (like on a tree) used to keep her earrings from getting tangled up in her jewelry box.
Kevin Fulton United States Local time: 04:15 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 435