Two times the pleasure. Navajo artisan Judith Dixon created a tandem pair of sharp-looking earrings when she made these 1 and 5/8th's-inch-long beauties—with dreamy-looking turquoise and all sawtooth bezeling. They aren't that heavy at 5.3-grams (or .185-ounces) each. She hallmarked each earring with a "J" stamping (along with "Sterling," or course). She didn't list the origin of the turquoise, but it appears to be a greener hue of the Kingman, Arizona mine. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.