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Eugene & Georgia Sanchez Kewa (Santo Domingo Pueblo), New Mexico Native American Indian jewelry
Award winning artists (as recently as Santa Fe Indian Market 2014) Incredible one-of-a kind multi-inlay
Eugene and Georgia's work is very recognizable. It's not at all uncommon for others to copy new designs but these items are so intricate and work-intensive, I'm not sure anyone else will want to tackle it.
EACH EARRING triangle has approximately 44 separate hand-cut and set linear, square, and triangular inlays. The stones are Lapis, Turquoise, Pipestone, and Serpentine.
As they use Jet 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): 1-3/16"
Weight for the Pair: .oz/gr
Signed: Yes with their identifying 3 Dot logo markings
Repeatable Design: These are so intricate, every one they make, even if they are trying to duplicate, will be different.
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