SALE NOW SALE Earrings Only 7.50 was 14.99 Dream Catcher Earrings Pink 3 inch Earrings Long Dangle Earrings Open Circle Earrings Pierced Ea


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silver base metal, white base metal, white metal, pink thread, thread

Description; Original Vintage piece from family estate........Handmade Earrings made in the style of Dream Catchers, featuring delicate pink thread, woven back and forth to create this lovely design. Open Circles with delicate, long fringe of beads and metal twists. Beautiful Style, bohemian chic. No color loss, no damage! Unique and beautiful, made for a local Pow Wow on the Pachanga Reservation! These are not perfect

Pictures are used as part of the item description. Vintage, antique and pre-owned items may show signs of age appropriate wear, so please look carefully at pictures using the zoom feature and feel free to ask me any questions . I will mention any defects that I find, but I'm only human and may miss something.

Category: Jewelry, Vintage:
Source: Family Estate
Condition: Very Good
Material: Silver base metals and Pink Thread
Measurement: 3''

SHORT HISTORY: These pieces were my aunts! As all of them would be either studio pieces or early Mexican or Native American, which is what she always wore. My uncle collected PreColumbian artifacts, so when he traveled down into Mexico to visit excavation sites, She was wandering the town of Taxco! She has a HUGE collection of Mexican and Native Sterling pieces from the 40s and 50s and other unusual pieces by artists or from Mexico that were given as gifts!

My aunt's Gallery circa 1948....where she sold Harry Bertoia & Claire Falkenstien Jewelry
Here is the link to its history...

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Menifee, California

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We measure all of our items, I use a Mandrel for rings and have noticed differences from one mandrel to another. Allow a half size in either direction, to be sure. I use inches, normally when measuring, feel free to ask about mm and cm.


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