Eighth Generation Kasheeshi Earrings

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These bold monochromatic earrings were designed by Inspired Natives™ Project Collaborator, Michelle Lowden (Acoma Pueblo). Their name "Kasheeshi," means 'white corn' in Keres, the language indigenous to the Pueblo of Acoma. The design features a central corn motif, with elements representing both rain and mountains.
These exquisitely detailed mixed-media earrings are cut from real maple, high resolution printed with multiple layers of protective coating, and lovingly assembled in Eighth Generation's Seattle studio with gunmetal earring hooks.

  • 2.5" x 0.625"/ 6.35cm x 1.5875cm 
  • High resolution printed on maple wood
  • Sterling silver findings