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Sterling silver dangle earrings, 'Goddess Coils'

Item # 44264
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The rice goddess face, found in these silver drop earrings by Wayan Sarjana, has traditionally been used to convey a sense of prosperity. In this modern interpretation, the talented Sarjana blends traditional Indonesian design with contemporary silver styling to create the perfect everyday earring.

.925 Sterling silver. Made in Indonesia.

  • Post earrings
  • 1.0" W x 1.4" H
  • Weight: 0.1 lb
  • Sterling silver
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Indonesia. Please allow 10 to 17 days for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

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Recent reviews:

February 15, 2014 - These earrings are attractive, but it is something about how they hang on my ears, that bothers me. They are lovely and well made. They are not heavy. I would recommend this item.

Artisan: Wayan Sarjana

Artisan Wayan Sarjana

Under the tutelage of his uncle, Wayan Sarjana has fine-tuned his silversmithing skills to become one of the most talented and innovative craftsmen in his village. Sarjana, an amateur historiographer, returns to his roots for inspiration. He elaborates on ancient Indonesian designs to create elegantly unique silver jewelry.

"I am the eldest of three children from a family of artists, but I was the first in my family to work with silver. I started to learn at the age of fifteen as an apprentice in my village with a man called Nyoman Regig. After five years I started on my own to produce original pieces that I sold to local shops. And slowly I was able to save enough money to make my own workshop at home, where I work still until this day."

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