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Santo Domingo (Kewa) Pueblo Jewelry > Santo Domingo (Kewa) Jewelry > Santo Domingo Inlaid Earrings, Daniel Coriz

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Santo Domingo Inlaid Earrings, Daniel Coriz

Daniel Coriz, contemporary Santo Domingo earrings inlaid with turquoise, spiny oyster, mother of pearl & jet. Also a wide band of sterling silver inlaid across the bottom of the earrings. The earrings measure 1-3/4" long by 5/8" wide. Item #3325

$ 125.00     Available: 1     Back


These contemporary Santo Domingo hand made inlaid earrings are elegant and refined. The earrings are inlaid with turquoise, spiny oyster, mother of pearl & jet on a Mother of Pearl backing. There is a wide band of sterling silver inlaid across the bottom of the earrings. 
The earrings measure 1-3/4" long by 5/8" wide. Brand new and in perfect condition. Certificate of Authenticity and gift box included with your purchase.

About the artist: Daniel Coriz is the son of Nestoria Pat Coriz and Lupe Pena of Santo Domingo Pueblo. Daniel is one of the top Santo Domingo artists working today and has been making fine heishi and inlaid jewelry for over fifteen years. His work is on permanent display at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC. and can be seen in many fine Southwest galleries and jewelry shops.