These earrings are an homage to corn! Mexicans call themselves the "children of corn," descendants of people whose religious pantheon included three corn gods. Cornstalks were common patterns in ancient Mexican art and between the Guatemalan and U.S. borders grow at least 32 varieties of corn, each with various sub-varieties, developed in response to climate and soil differences.
These are works of art. Absolutely love these earrings. Cast in .925 Mexican silver with amber.
These spectacular beauties are made in Zacatecas, Mexico, the home of this style of beautiful filigree work. These are dramatic and feminine. The craftsmanship is impeccable. Unique and wonderful earring.
Sterling silver. Just shy of 2.75" long. Approx 32 grams.
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Epic Guatemalita jade necklace of graduated disks. The form of this piece is exquisite made by a master of his craft. Sterling silver beads hook closure. The jade is called guatemalita. It is indigenous only to Guatemala.
a 27 inches long 982g. This necklace is not for beginners!
The one in the photo is the one for sale.
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