These are enticing little diddys aren't they? There are 21 teeny-tiney stones in each earring. They were represented as natural stones but we wouldn't be surprised if they aren't compressed block turquoise (made by pulverizing small bitts of turquoise and compressing the particles together) due to the difficulty of chipping-down the actual turquoise stones into a tiny, almost-perfectly round stone without it disintegrating or breaking into jagged scrap, whereas that problem doesn't exist with the constantly-dense compressed block. You might be surprised how many offerings on the internet (and in shops) contain the compressed block turquoise. It is real turquoise—sort of. Anyway, the silver-smithing here is so intricate, and they are just so dang attractive we couldn't pass on these beauties. From top to bottom, they are 1 and 7/8th's-inches long, and they are 3/4th's-of-an-inch at the widest point. Each earring weighs 3-grams, or .101-ounces. It appears the maker scratched his or her initials on the back. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.