Navajo handmade Red Creek Jasper & sterling silver earrings. Red Creek Jasper comes from China and exhibits gorgeous combinations of tan, red, and sage greens. The swirling colors are broken up by a lined pattern that gives each stone an undeniably natural look. (The lines are not cracks).
The stones are set in plain silver bezels, and framed in a silver border with hand-cut accents around the edges. The earrings dangle from a small sterling silver beaded post. Total measurements are 1-1/4 inch long by 7/8 inch wide. Each earring weighs 6.8 grams. Large comfort backs.
Brand new and in perfect condition. Created by Navajo artist, Lonnie Willie. Also stamped Sterling. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included.
Red Creek jasper combines softly muted shades of mustard yellow, olive green and burnt red in patterns reminiscent of a picturesque sunset. It was named for the creek that flows through the area where it was first discovered. Red Creek jasper is believed by some to bring balance and relaxation and, like all jaspers, is a stone of protection and grounding.