Earrings

Earrings

The Medicine Man collection of vintage Old Pawn and antique Native American earrings has something for all earring lovers - whether you are looking for old clip-on or screw-back earrings or pierced-ear post or hook examples. Virtually all jewelry-making tribes create earrings, the most prolific of which are the Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi. Earrings are also common as part of sets that feature earrings made to match a squash blossom necklace or pendant. Most antique Native American earrings feature silver and stone or shell such as turquoise, coral, or mother of pearl. Zuni inlay earrings are particularly popular, especially Thunderbird, kachina, and Knifewing God designs

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