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Rena Owen, Kewa / Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico, USA
Rena is Angie Reano Owen's daughter-in-law. She usually collaborates with her husband, Angie's son, Dean. Obviously her work shows Angie's influence. When they share a booth with Angie, I'm often drawn as much to Rena and Dean's work. While some of this is price point, they do excellent work.
Most Kewa earrings are quite light for their size due to the limited use of metal and the lightweight of the materials.
Purchased directly from the artist.
Rubber clutches are provided to help prevent earring loss
Metals: Sterling Silver (Findings)
Materials: Green Turquoise, White Mother of Pearl, Jet, Orange Spiny Oyster - Backed by Shell
Height (Total Drop): 1-15/16"
Height (Earring Only): 1-1/4"
Hallmarked: No. Kewa work is rarely hallmarked
Repeatable Design: One-of-a-kind
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