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Earrings, Inlay, Santo Domingo Depression, Contemporary, 664

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Though crafted in the traditional style, these contemporary creations are the work of Kewa jewelry artisan Stephanie Medina Seto. The colorful bird dangles are crafted from tiny bits of Sleeping Beauty turquoise, mother of pearl, sterling silver, onyx, coral, and yes -- car battery. Vibrant and beautiful!

Stephanie Medina Seto (Kewa) daughter of acclaimed artist Rosalie Medina, granddaughter of Joe & Eliza Chavez. Known for her contemporary take on mosaic inlay and lapidary work. Recipient of the Wheelwright Museum Fellowship, a participant in the Heard Museum Indian Fair & Market, the Autry Museum Indian Market, and the Eight Northern Pueblos Arts & Crafts Show.

Mark: SCM
  • artist: Stephanie Medina
  • materials: sterling silver, Sleeping Beauty turquoise, mother of pearl, onyx, coral, car battery
  • dimensions: 1 1/2" x 1 3/4"
  • weight: 16 gram
  • closure: french wire
  • contemporary
  • style number: JE664
in stock
All returns on jewelry subject to exchange or store credit only.

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  • Many of the jewelry items we sell are antique, vintage, and/or pre-owned. We acquire these pieces from dealers in New Mexico, Arizona, and Nevada, who work exclusively with Native American jewelry and art. That means they had a life before we found them, and they may show evidence of that previous life; signs of wear, dents, scratches, oxidation, broken stones, etc. We strive to be accurate and transparent in our descriptions of these pieces.

  • Jewelry items are not photographed to scale. We’re not trying to be tricky, our clothing items aren’t photographed to scale either (imagine how large that catalog would be!). Please check the description for the item’s dimensions and feel free to email us with any questions.

  • We are not gemologists. We choose pieces based on their overall aesthetic and how well they accessorize the Double D Ranch collection. Due to the high quality of laboratory-made stones and the influx of fake “Native American” jewelry from the Middle East, we rely heavily on our vetted suppliers to maintain a level of confidence in the quality of stones, provenance, and authenticity of each piece. We try our best to accurately describe the stones in our jewelry items but cannot absolutely guarantee them.

  • We celebrate aging. In ourselves, and in our jewelry. We want the true age of the piece to be represented, so we do not perform any type of cleaning or polishing. If the item is oxidized when we acquire it, that is precisely how you will receive it.