One in Nahuatl – Recycled Sterling Silver Tribal Post Earrings

Handmade by Amber Yearwood

Handmade by Amber Yearwood

Simple, rugged post earrings in recycled sterling evoke a tribal feel with it’s minimalistic design complete with cracks, nooks and crannies. It’s almost as though they were dug up by an archeologist somewhere in Mexico! A single dot within a circle represented the number 1 in the ancient Aztec language, Nahuatl. Comfortable and easy to wear. Great for multiple piercings!

Measures approx. 8mm in diameter.

All metal is recycled sterling silver. No newly mined ore, and no lead or cadmium.

Please specify finish in notes to seller: silver, oxidized & polished, or oxidized and sanded.

$42 usd plus s&h

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About Amber Yearwood

Amber Yearwood is a self-taught metalsmith jeweler born in Barbados, a beautiful, small island in the Caribbean. She currently lives in Dallas, Texas with her boyfriend, 2 cats and 2 dogs. She is an avid gardener, loves to travel, read, cook, visit dusty old Mom & Pop thrift shops and antique malls, visit the shooting range, and above all, learn new things, concepts and truths.