Kingman Turquoise Earrings Measures Approx. 1"L Artist E. Kee
Native American Artists take raw silver and artistically create a variety of jewelry sought by many to use as personal adornments. The earrings are shaped to resemble important animals and iconic designs attributed to Native people living in the southwest. Intricate hints of stones have been incorporated in the works of art. The Eagle’s Path has been able to acquire some beautiful jewelry for your review and consideration. These works are original in design and may not be able to be replicated.
The Spanish introduced silver and copper metals. These became highly prized materials in Native communities. Artists fashioned them to become personal adornments along with the use of turquoise, shells, corals, and other semi-precious stones. Turquoise has always been used as a symbol of beauty, positive energy, strength, and carries many historical attributes. Some believe turquoise is a piece of sky, a symbol of water, a gift from the spirits that are used to adorn and pay reverence.
Special Remarks: Photos are part of the description and when not identified, the artist is unknown.