How 'bout these apples? Long, lean and dangerously beautiful. Unmistakeable Betty Joe. She signs her work "Navajo B. Joe," and when we first started acquiring her pieces in the '90's we thought it was someone calling himself "Navajo Joe." Little did we know. There's a heck of a lot to learn about Native American jewelry and its artisans, and admittedly, after all these years we've barely scratched the surface. For instance, we're not sure what stone Ms. Joe used on the top portion of these earrings. It looks like a greenish turquoise in person, but wouldn't bet the farm on it. Betty Joe is quite creative while still adhering to a certain style, so it could be something else. These beauties are 2.25-inches long, and only 5/8th's-of-an-inch wide near the bottom. Each earring weighs 6.2-grams, or .22-ounces. Hallmarked with Ms. Joe's usual "Navajo B. Joe" on both earrings. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.