Presenting Old Pawn Native American Naja inlaid Turquoise and Sterling earrings circa 1930's.
These gorgeous old pawn screw back Naja earrings feature inlaid Turquoise in a Sterling silver setting. The earrings measure .75 inches by .5 inches by .5 inches and weighs 6 grams.
The Naja symbol finds its origin with the Moors in Spain. Handed down from the Spanish Moors to the Navajo Indians, it is thought to symbolize good luck and to ward off the evil eye.
These earrings are in excellent vintage condition with no chips or repairs. The earrings are visibly hallmarked Sterling. JSP solution was used to verify the metal content. A Presidium gem tester was used to verify the gemstones.
Screw-back earrings were produced between 1900 through the 1940's.
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