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These striking Native American earrings were crafted by Teddy Goodluck, a well-known American Indian silversmith. He is known for this shadowbox jewelry and is credited with being instrumental in making this a "path" for so many artists.

These Navajo handcrafted earrings are made Sterling Silver and black onyx. The shadowbox style silver setting has gorgeous stamping and surrounds an oval shaped black Onyx stone. Black Onyx is thought by the Native Americans to banish grief and stimulate the power of wise decision making. Hallmarked TG in a clover along with Sterling and another makers mark. They weight 8.0 grams total and measure 1-1/16" long x 15/16" wide (see last picture for comparison to a penny). Comes without backings.

Born in 1937, Teddy Goodluck Sr. has been an active silversmith since 1967. He resides in Houck, Arizona and is a proud member of the Goodluck silversmithing clan. Teddy was taught by his father, Tom Goodluck, and in turn has passed the family tradition onto his own children. Hosteen Goodluck, Teddy's grandfather, began the family jewelry making tradition.

Teddy Goodluck is retired and although he has passed his legacy down to his children, he will produce no further jewelery. So don't let these collectable pieces pass you by!

REDUCED -- Teddy Goodluck/NAVAJO Black Onyx and Sterling Shadowbox Earrings -- RETIRED Artist


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  • Vintage item
  • Materials: Sterling silver 925, black onyx
  • Only ships within United States.
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