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Charlene & Frank Reano Ke-Wa (Santo Domingo Pueblo), New Mexico Native American Indian jewelry
Award winning artists (as recently as Santa Fe Indian Market 2014) Brilliant iridescent multi-inlay
Charlene and Frank do exceptionally clean work, usually highly polished so it shines more than most Ke-Wa work. The stones on this pair are a mixture of different tones of mother of pearl, green turquoise, jet, and coral backed by shell. Notice the difference in appearance from a minor change of lighting.
As they do not use silver backing they are very lightweight for their size. This is a double-edged sword, the lack of silver makes them more fragile - don't go dropping these on a hard floor!
Remember to check the dimensions - the photos are extreme close-ups
Total Earring Drop: 1-1/2"
Height (Earring only): 1-1/2"
Weight for the Pair: .1oz/4gr
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