Native American Jewelry Earrings - Dangle-Post

Earrings handmade or handcrafted by Navajo, Zuni, Santo Domingo (Kewa), Hopi artisans.

These are dangle earrings that utilize a post or stud, instead of a French wire. 

Featured pieces include works by award winning artists Peter Nelson, Mary Tom, Duane Maktima, Bennard & Frances Dallasvuyaoma, Joe & Le Jeune Chavez, Angie Reano Owen, Howard Sice, Eugene & Georgia Sanchez,  among countless others.

Also available are many pieces from the shops of Artie Yellowhorse, David Rosales (Super Smith Inc), and Stoneweaver (Stephen Harper). Artie is Navajo from a renowned family of jewelers.  Artie no longer makes the jewelry herself but her daughters do and she employs other Navajo jewelers to execute her designs. Neither David or Stephen are tribal members but they employ a large number of Native Americans in their shops to fabricate the pieces. Works coming from Stoneweaver are all signed by the individual artists.

A variety is offered to include silver only, silver with gold, silver with one or more stones, channel inlay, bead work, and combinations.  An attempt has been made to furnish options that will accommodate a wide range of budgets.  You may view the inventory by a number of price ranges to help you stay within your desired range of expenditure.

Less than half of our current inventory is posted, so please check back frequently or let us know for what you are may be in stock!

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