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Chaco Canyon  Kingman Turquoise Double-Hoop Dangle Earrings
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Product Description

Chaco Canyon Kingman Turquoise Double-Hoop Dangle Earrings
Generations of artistry and craftsmanship come together in this distinctive, double-loop earring, a modern showcase of traditional design. 

  • Approx. 3"L x 2"W
  • Stamped .925; sterling silver; oxidized
  • Pierced with clutch backs
  • Handcrafted
  • Designed and Crafted in the USA

Stone Information

  • All sizes and weights approximate
  • Stabilized Kingman Turquoise: Triangular (16x10mm)
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Chaco Canyon Kingman Turquoise Double-Hoop Dangle Earrings
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  • Onyxy37, CA


    Im always drawn towards big hoop earrings and the turquoise is a bonus. These dont disappoint the turquoise is bright, the outer circle has a different texture a rope like design and yes they are light on the ears. Keepers

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About The Brand

Chaco Canyon Southwest Jewelry

Delve into the culture and heritage of Native American peoples with handcrafted jewelry from Chaco Canyon. Created in the Southwest region of the United States, this emblematic collection features silver and gemstone jewelry that symbolizes the spirituality of Native American artisans and silversmiths.