What is more traditionally Navajo than hand-stamped, hand-formed, silver beads?
These ravishing earrings consist of four beads, in graduated sizes, delicately stamped on both sides.
The tops are half-beads, smoothly backed for comfort; the three dangles are connected by handmade silver links.
Wish we could give the artist his (or her) due because these are beautifully made and designed, but there is no mark, and we have no record for these older earrings.
Delightfully flirtatious on their own, these earrings would complete a string of similar beads, or a silver necklace, or any necklace, really.
A remarkably handsome version of traditional “Navajo Pearls” for your ears.