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Dazzling chipped inlay turquoise and coral Navajo earrings. #1924

$219.00
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'Told 'ya, we've been busy coming-up with knockout pieces you won't find elsewhere.  If you don't have a yacht, yet, these babies will look equally great reflecting the late-evening sun's rays over the Mediterranean--as you sip wine from the nearby vineyards on the coast of Cinqua Terre.  Everyone seeing these will be envious.  The intricate technique of chipped inlay is borrowed from the 1970's, and the legendary Tommy Singer, RIP, who originated the art.  Chipped inlay was beautiful then and it is beautiful now (especially when turquoise is combined with red coral), but it lost favor because creating it was simply too time-consuming to be profitable during a time when Native American jewelry was so inexpensive.  These earrings are 1.5-inches wide and a little over 1.5-inches tall—not counting the hangers.  Each weighs 8-grams, or .28-ounces.  Hallmarked with a stamped lightning bolt and the word "Sterling." Shipping via tracked USPS Priority box.  Nice, very  nice.

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