• Sterling Navajo earrings with distinct turquoise ribbons, by Maria Bahe. #1093


    We like all kinds of ribbon, or "boulder," turquoise, but prefer that with a distinct "ribbon" of turquoise running through the surrounding agate (see 2nd pic below to see how the ribbon of turquoise is found in a boulder)—like the earrings above.  There's no getting around it, these are some damn nice-looking earrings.  If someone else had them—which they don't—the price would likely be much higher.  They are small (so pay attention to the quarter in the pic for a size reference), but then our idea of small may be a little larger than a normal person's idea of small.  The Drifter is kinda weird like that.  He likes big, bold and beautiful (in pretty-much all things!).  I digress.  Anyway, each earring weighs 5.4-grams, or .19-ounces.  Length is a little over an inch, and width is .75-inches at the bottom, widest part of the earring.  One-of-a-kind, people.  One-of-a-kind.  Always free Priority shipping with the U.S.