Terry Charlie is a new silversmith to our collection since July 2010. So far we have only seen his concha earrings which are well-made in the Navajo Traditional Revival style.
These concha earrings are reminiscent of concha earrings we used to buy from Harry Morgan in the early 1990's. They are made of lightweight Sterling which, while thick enough to create "bump up's" without tearing, is very comfortable to wear. You'll get the illusion of a hefty earring without having to pay the price of feeling that a horse shoe or anvil is suspended from your ear. We liked the first batch of these and finally got some more.
Hallmarked "T Charlie" and "Sterling" in script on the back of one earring of the pair.
Orange Spiny Oyster: 1/4" x 3/16"
Dimensions of concha: 1 9/16" x 1 1/4"
Total hang: 2 1/8"