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Vintage Sterling Navajo shadow-box earrings by Teddy Goodluck, Sr., RIP

Teddy Goodluck, Sr., who recently passed to the other side, was born in 1937.  Both his father and grandfather were renowned Navajo silversmiths. His grandfather, Hosteen Goodluck, long ago set an example to other Dine', who then began pursuing silversmithing as a livelihood. He is known for his shadowbox designs that have delicate hand-stamping on the Sterling, like the earrings above. These are 1 and 5/8th's-inches long, and a little over one-inch at the widest point. Weight per earring is 9.7-grams, or .34-ounces.  Hallmarked "TG."  Always Priority shipping within the U.S.