Kashéeshị Earrings$ 42.00
New to the collection are the MC designed print earrings.
These monochromatic earrings titled “kashéeshị” meaning white corn in Keres, the language indigenous to the Pueblo of Acoma. The design layout includes a corn pattern in the center with rain and mountain elements. Wear these exquisitely detailed, mixed-media earrings and no doubt that you will be noticed where ever you go.
This product is machine cut, and assembled in 8th Generation studio in Seattle, Washington.
Please handle with care. To extend the life of your jewelry please avoid contact with water, perfume and other liquids, failure to do so could compromise the longevity of the design.
- 2 1/2 inches long
- 5/8 in wide
- weighs less than one ounce
- maple wood
- Gold-plated hooks & jumper rings
The color might be slightly different than the image. Colors may vary from monitor to monitor due to individual settings and limitations in digital photography.
Every effort is made to come as close as possible to actual colors in each item.