These well-made sterling silver earrings are marked with the symbol of the Hopi Crafts group and with a rabbit stick, which is the stamp of Daniel Phillips, a member of the Hopi tribe who started making jewelry in 1970 and lives in the village of Oraibi on the reservation. They are made in the overlay style, so they feature fine chisel marks in the oxidized areas like many pieces of Hopi jewelry, and they each have an abstract design. This pair is in very good to excellent condition, with no damage or problems.
Each of these dangle earrings measures 1 1/2 inches from top to bottom and is 1/4 of an inch at its widest point, and each one weighs a very comfortable 3 grams. You can wear this pair all day and into the night, and if you prefer your Native American jewelry to be on the more subtle side, these authentic earrings may be just what you've been looking for. There is also a small gift box included with this pair.
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