• Very traditional turquoise cluster Navajo earrings. #2470

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    Nice, huh?  'Sorta geared to those who prefer classic, traditional Dine' jewelry—like one would see in Arizona Highways magazine or Native ladies on the 'Rez wearing.  The turquoise (presumable a greenish vein of the Kingman Mine) is laced with copper matrix polished to a golden hue, and each piece is set via nice sawtooth bezeling. These earrings are just a smidgen short of 1 and 3/8th's-inches long, and  1 and 1/8th-inches wide.  Each earring weighs 7.1-grams, or .25-ounces.  Hallmarked "AJW" over "S/S," both hand-done with a dremel.  The "AJW," we believe is Arthur J. Williams (though he usually uses a stamp).  The "S/S" stands for Sterling silver.  These are quite attractive and a bargain given the time involved in creating them.  Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.