In a place best known for pottery, this Jemez Pueblo jeweler is a rarity. She likes to transmute natural forms into silver permanence, using the lost wax method. Here, sterling silver resembles waffles, the strict geometric grid turned into dramatically open-work earrings. They are a modern version of the Pueblo cross, which was a symbol for a dragonfly, and/or the four corners of the earth. They are also flattering, right in style, conversation and admiration magnets, and…a good price for so much wearability.
Dangle Length: 2 3/4″ Width: 2 1/8″ Type: