Singer Navajo Overlay Concho Earrings
These lightweight Navajo earrings are great for all day wear. The design symbolizing water is hand cut, stamped and oxidized to stand out against the high shine sterling.
Measuring about 2” long and 1 1/2” wide
Stamped sterling and hallmarked by Navajo artisan Rose Singer
Tommy (1940-2014) was born into the Tall House Clan in Dilkon, Arizona. He worked closely with his wife, Rose, who continues his legacy today. All are referenced in Wright's "Hallmark's of the Southwest", Schaaf's "American Indian Jewelry I and III" and Hougart's "Native American and Southwestern Silver Hallmarks" to name a few.
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