The fourteenth piece of my 11th collection of Native American inspired jewelry.
Techniques involved in producing these concho earrings were taught from the Navajo Native American Nation to the Zuni People in the 1870's.
Basicly rocks are carved with symbols and then hand stamped into silver jewelry.
This is made of solid sterling silver.
Each earring measures 2 inches long by 1 1/2 inches long.
Great stamping present all over and made for piereced ears.
Available polished, satin, or antique finish, please let me know which you'd like, when you make your order, shown antiqued in the first photo and polished in the second picture.
Made in Manhattan, NY
By Alberto Juan
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