These are kinda spiffy! They are signed "Navajo B. Joe." I used to think it was somebody called Navajo Joe, and about 20 years ago I asked an old Trader about Navajo Joe. I was quickly educated—once again—on how much there is to know about this business and how little I actually knew. Still don't, really. Any-way, Betty Joe has this two-piece style down pat. She utilizes it in both her pendants and her earrings. And she usually includes beautiful spiney-oyster shell which she picks-out herself. They all look good. Notice the intricate bezeling gripping every stone. These are 2 and 1/8th-inches long and weigh 7-grams, or .24-ounces. They aren't just earrings. They are representative of a hard-working Navajo lady living a hard-scrabble life and feeding her family by making beautiful jewelry. We'll ship 'em fast for free if you live in the U.S.