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exclusive! Chaco Canyon Pear Kingman Turquoise Rope Frame Drop Earrings

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Chaco Canyon Pear Kingman Turquoise Rope Frame Drop Earrings
Luscious looks are best served in large portions. Between the elongated, pear-shaped cabochons of Kingman turquoise and dynamic rope-detail sterling silver framework, these earrings are ready to satiate your appetite for Southwest glamour.

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  • Earrings have bezel-set, pear Kingman turquoise drop in a sterling silver rope detail frame

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Chaco Canyon Pear Kingman Turquoise Rope Frame Drop Earrings
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  • GG122, TX

    Gorgeous!

    I am a turquoise lover, and Kingman is a favorite! These are stunning.

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  • LMDW, IL

    Fabulous

    More beautiful in person., Nicely matched earrings. Will enjoy wearing. brings great color to face. highlighter of. my turquoise collection.Love that Chaco Canyon brings select quality pieces and is not skimpy on silver.

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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.