Contemporary Southwestern Earrings

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Despite their inherent love of ornamentation and jewelry, the Indians of the Southwest did not learn to work with silver until the latter part of the 19th century. Before that they acquired the few silver ornaments they owned through trade with Hispanic settlers and neighboring Plains Indians. The Plains people had acquired their silver in trade with English, French and American trappers.
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SKU: C-EAR701

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Navajo hoops
$24.00
SKU: C-EAR703

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SKU: C-EAR704
 

Man in the Maze, 1" round, Navajo made
$45.00
SKU: C-EAR705

Zuni dangles by Eldrick Seoutewa
$48.00
SKU: C-EAR706

Zuni Lorraine Wattsa coral earrrings
$690.00
SKU: C-EAR707

Navajo buttons by Marie Yazzie
$48.00
SKU: C-EAR708
 

Navajo squash dangles, by Marie Yazzie
$54.00
SKU: C-EAR709

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Zuni inlay hoops
$84.00
SKU: C-EAR711

Zuni Inlay Turquoise
$84.00
SKU: C-EAR712
   
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