These handmade seed beads earrings came from the Cherokee Indian Reservation in Cherokee, NC. I purchased them in the mid 1980s from a very young, artistic, Indian girl who made them who had a with vivid imagination for color. The round medallion is a network of small flowers and the beads are turquoise, cobalt, and light pink. The turquoise beads have a matt finish and the pink and cobalt beads are shiny pearlescent beads.
The earrings are for pierced ears and with the silver metal ear wires, they hang down 4 " long. All of the beads are strung on wire, not cotton cord. Both earrings are in pristine microscopically clean condition and have never been worn. All of the beads are in perfect condition.
Comes gift wrapped and shipped in a new presentation jewelry box.