Tommy Singer, R.I.P., was a big part of the history of Native American jewelry-making. He impacted the craft in every decade since the sixties up to his untimely passing in 2014. He was a friend. These earrings popped-up unexpectedly in one of our boxes of items we had set-back from the era of doing shows and rodeos. We acquired them in 2013 or '14 from Tommy himself. They are small, at only 1 and 1/8th-inches long, but not insignificant. They embody Tommy's famous "Goldcraft" method of incorporating age-old symbolism in a simple yet elegant design using Sterling silver and real gold-fill. They are just shy of 5/8th's-of-an-inch wide near the bottom. They are not 'flat' like the photograph might suggest, rather they have a slight dome-like curve to them. Convex, if you will. Each earring weighs only 2.2-grams, or .075-ounces. You won't even know you have them on—but everybody else will. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S. Enjoy.