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This gorgeous pair of earrings is made by Zuni artist Charlynn Cachini. She has used two dark
red Mediterranean Coral stones and surrounded them with silver drops. The combination of
silver and stone creates a unique blossom look.
Navajo silversmith Selena Warner makes an old style of Navajo silver art. Her work captures the
rustic beauty of our Four Corners’ landscape and people. She has used beautifully matched
stones and drops a classic silver squash blossom from them.
Navajo silversmith who uses the hallmark C made these easy to wear Native American symbol pierced earrings. The eagle feather has long been recognized as a Native American symbol, and this one was recreated as a gorgeous sterling silver feather.
Navajo artist Verna Tahe made these beautiful easy to wear earrings. She has twisted sterlingsilver and bordered it with a mirror polished round wire.
If big is your thing then you have found the perfect earring. Navajo silversmith Rita Lee has
made a huge stamped sterling silver dangle. She creates the earring by using two different sizes
of silver and fills them with traditional stamp designs.
Zuni artist Andrea Lonjose has begun to teach her daughter the art of inlay. This dangling
butterfly is perfectly done with a mix of shells, jet, malachite, turquoise and coral. Tamara begins
the earrings with a small flower blossom that dangles the butterfly below.
Squash blossoms are a symbol of Navajo silver. They are usually seen in magnificent squash
blossom necklaces. However, this time Navajo silversmith Derrick Cadman has taken the
legendary style and turned them into incredible pair of earrings.