Twist & Sawcut Perimeter
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Larsen Lee, Navajo Jewelry
These are really pretty earrings and an excellent value (these were purchased when turquoise was much less expensive). Larsen Lee does really nice work. His work tends to be pretty traditional which is not surprising as he was born in 1961 and learned from his grandfather.
His work was featured in National Geographic in 1989 and Bob Hope had one of Larsen's belt buckles in his collection.
***Check dimensions - photos are extreme close-ups***
Materials: Sunnyside Turquoise cabochon with twist wire and saw-cut silver perimeter.
Height (Total Drop): 1-3/8"
Dimensions (Earring Only): 13/16"H x 7/16"W
Signed: LL Hallmarked: Sterling
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