This is a lovely pair of earrings from David Rosales and his team of Native American jewelry artists. They feature the classic Indian Summer Collection, which is made up of turquoise, spiny oyster shell, lapis lazuli, gaspeite, and sugilite. As you can see, there are a plethora of colors within this collection that create an unmistakably Southwestern look. These Native American jewelry artists cut these stones in a very interesting way. Each stone is cut with a three-dimensional style that protrudes out from the silver. This is called the cobblestone method and it is actually even more time-consuming than normal inlay work. As with all of David Rosales' designs, you are looking at a work of art with considerable time and effort invested.
While we love talking about the vibrant colors in these earrings, you can't miss the dainty sterling silver feathers that dangle off the bottom. They are simple, yet give this a modern and trendy style. These Native American earrings are the whole package: they have a beautiful mix of colors with a fun dangly feather. They are handcrafted by Native American jewelry artist here in the United States. You are going to have a lot of fun wearing these earrings!
You can read more about David Rosales Jewelry in our dedicated article. These earrings are solid sterling silver, including the posts on the back. They are 1 3/4" long and the top portion is 5/8" wide.
Please allow four to six weeks to receive these earrings. All of this Native American jewelry is handcrafted and will take time to create for you. We will do our best to get these to you as soon as possible and I promise that you will be very pleased once they arrive. Please call us at 308-234-3313 with any questions or concerns.