SOLD! These earrings ooze with quality and attractiveness. This is our first posting after returning from a winter (ooh, it was cold!) buying trip out West. It was hard finding the quality we seek, and the prices for such were way on up there. It seems the bulk of Native goods being produced now are trending toward appealing to the masses. Less pricey boring stones; lighter-gauge Sterling; void of time-consuming quality craftsmanship, etc. And, a noticeable veering-away from traditional Navajo styling to a more non-Native rodeo-chic, generic jewelry styling that simply includes turquoise. That's all fine and good, but that's not our cup of tea. We'll continue striving to ferret-out high-quality, traditional, and overtly Native-American jewelry our customers can wear with pride—no matter our higher cost in acquiring it. In that vein, these nice 12-stone cluster earrings by Ms. Nez fit the bill. They look like a million bucks but will cost you far less. With all real—NOT compressed—Kingman turquoise—held in with sawtooth bezeling, they are 1.5-inches long (not counting the french hook) and a little over an inch wide. Each weighs 5.3-grams, or .185-ounces. Hallmarked "VN." As usual we provide complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.