Supersmith Inlay Dangle Earrings with Black Jade, Itaca Peak and Kingman Turquoise Designed by David Rosales 0/124

$235.00
These lovely contemporary inlay earrings host Black Jade, Itaca Peak and Kingman turquoise. The design was created by meticulous cuts of the stones to fit together into this stunning geometric design. These earrings a very high quality and beautiful statement piece. It was created by Navajo and Zuni artists from Gallup, New Mexico. It was designed my David Rosales, the owner Supersmith. Lovely!

DETAILS:
Artist: Navajo and Zuni artists from Gallup, New Mexico
Size: 1 1/4" + 1/2 Hook - Hang length 1 3/4" long x 1/4" wide at widest
4.3 Grams
Materials: Black Jade, Itaca Peak and Kingman Turquoise
Condition: New

ITHACA PEAK TURQUOISE
Ithaca Peak Turquoise comes from the Cerbat Mountains in Mohave County, Arizona. Ithaca Peak turquoise, like Kingman, is typically a beautiful sky blue color, but is specifically known for heavier pyrite inclusions. Absolutely beautiful!

BLUE KINGMAN TURQUOISE
It was originally discovered by prehistoric Indians well over 1000 years ago. Kingman Turquoise is known for its beautiful sky blue color, and produces many variations of blue Turquoise. The Kingman Turquoise Mine is located in the Acerbate Mountains, 14 miles northwest of Kingman, Arizona, and is operated by the Colbaugh family in Arizona. Evidence suggests turquoise was mined in the surrounding areas dating as far back as 600 AD.

BLACK JADE
Black "Jade" is actually Grey Serpentine that has been dyed to have black jadeite's beauty, without its cost.

CHANNEL INLAY
To create a piece of channel inlay jewelry, the artist constructs a series of channels in the metal which will hold the stones in place. Stones are carefully measured and cut before being placed in the channels according to the design. The finished piece will be a fusion of the stones and the metal. Channel inlay is considered a more traditional approach to inlay jewelry. It allows for a wide variety of color combinations and complex patterns. Flush inlay is achieved in situ, meaning the grinding and polishing is done after stones are fitted and glued into position on the metal
form.

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$235.00
These lovely contemporary inlay earrings host Black Jade, Itaca Peak and Kingman turquoise. The design was created by meticulous cuts of the stones to fit together into this stunning geometric design. These earrings a very high quality and beautiful statement piece. It was created by Navajo and Zuni artists from Gallup, New Mexico. It was designed my David Rosales, the owner Supersmith. Lovely!

DETAILS:
Artist: Navajo and Zuni artists from Gallup, New Mexico
Size: 1 1/4" + 1/2 Hook - Hang length 1 3/4" long x 1/4" wide at widest
4.3 Grams
Materials: Black Jade, Itaca Peak and Kingman Turquoise
Condition: New

ITHACA PEAK TURQUOISE
Ithaca Peak Turquoise comes from the Cerbat Mountains in Mohave County, Arizona. Ithaca Peak turquoise, like Kingman, is typically a beautiful sky blue color, but is specifically known for heavier pyrite inclusions. Absolutely beautiful!

BLUE KINGMAN TURQUOISE
It was originally discovered by prehistoric Indians well over 1000 years ago. Kingman Turquoise is known for its beautiful sky blue color, and produces many variations of blue Turquoise. The Kingman Turquoise Mine is located in the Acerbate Mountains, 14 miles northwest of Kingman, Arizona, and is operated by the Colbaugh family in Arizona. Evidence suggests turquoise was mined in the surrounding areas dating as far back as 600 AD.

BLACK JADE
Black "Jade" is actually Grey Serpentine that has been dyed to have black jadeite's beauty, without its cost.

CHANNEL INLAY
To create a piece of channel inlay jewelry, the artist constructs a series of channels in the metal which will hold the stones in place. Stones are carefully measured and cut before being placed in the channels according to the design. The finished piece will be a fusion of the stones and the metal. Channel inlay is considered a more traditional approach to inlay jewelry. It allows for a wide variety of color combinations and complex patterns. Flush inlay is achieved in situ, meaning the grinding and polishing is done after stones are fitted and glued into position on the metal
form.

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