Silver Dangle Earrings by James Bahe
These pretty open form silver dangle earrings are by Navajo jeweler James Bahe, a self-taught cousin of Raymond Yazzie. The handmade earrings are lightweight, easy-to-wear, and wonderfully affordable.
Hanging from silver beads, are quarter hoops in a multi-strand wave pattern. The inside of the 5 silver strands is oxidized so that the outside portion in its smooth shiny silver stands out.
The earrings measure 1 7/16" x 5/8". They're hallmarked "Bahe" and "Sterling" on the reverse.