Sometimes we compare Navajo jewelry art to automobile art. Sorry, just can't help it. Somehow these Elouise Kee earrings remind me of a Porsche 911—perhaps the last year of the venerable air-cooled engine. Classic; smooth lines; adherence to tradition; inherent beauty. Wearing these while tooling around in the automobile counterpart will enhance the appeal of both. The turquoise has a Royston appearance, but in essence, it is Kingman, Arizona turquoise with a band of copper flowing through both stones. These are 1 and 7/8th's-inches long—not counting the hangers. They are a half-inch wide near the bottom. Each weighs 7.4-grams, or .26-ounces. Hallmarked "Elouise Kee." Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S.