Lyanne Goodluck is Navajo royalty. Her great-grandfather Hosteen Goodluck was part of Navajo jewelry-making in its infancy, and her father, Teddy Goodluck, was a master at creating crisp, delicate shadowbox-type Navajo jewelry. Lyanne follows her father's footsteps in that regard. Here, both the structure of the entire earring, and the spiney-oyster itself, are gently domed—versus flat. This imparts a luscious three-dimensional feel to these bright-finish beauties. The shell is a deeper, richer-looking—and harder to find—mahogany-orange color, which is only found in deeper waters and is of course, more expensive than the lighter-colored orange shells. These earrings are fairly large, at 1 and 5/8th's-inches long and 1 and 1/8th-inches across at the widest point. Each earring weighs 5.2-grams, or .18-ounces. They are hallmarked on one earring with a stamped shamrock with the letters "LG," with the L larger than the G. They have an expensive look and feel to them. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.