Naja Earrings with Sleeping Beauty Turquoise
Sterling silver locks tiny Sleeping Beauty turquoise cabochons into a shimmering embrace. Supposedly warding off the evil eye, the crescent shaped "naja" was adopted by Navajo silversmiths from the Spanish, and it remains one of the most iconic shapes in Native American jewelry. 1.75" long, up to 1" wide
Artist: R.M. James, Zuni
This turquoise is sourced from the Sleeping Beauty turquoise mine, which is recognized for having produced some of the finest turquoise in the world.