Andy Cadman is a Navajo silversmith he has been creating fine Native American jewelry for over 20 years. He is the brother of Darrell Cadman, Gary and Daniel "Sunshine" Reeves, and David Reeves.
Andy learned to silversmith from his brothers Daniel and David Reeves. Andy creates one of a kind and very intricately hand stamped pieces of Native American jewelry. Like his brothers work, most of his creations are fully covered in beautiful traditional Navajo deep stamp work.
This process is both time consuming and labor intensive, making each piece a true one of a kind work of art. His creations are usually very bold, as he uses a thick gauge of sterling silver for his works, and beautiful natural turquoise stones. Handmade by Navajo silversmith Andy Cadman. This is a pair of sterling silver handmade Navajo post back dangle earrings. Each concho style earring has one natural gem grade Kingman Turquoise stone.
The turquoise is a beautiful blue color with a black spiderweb matrix. Each gem sits in a smooth bezel.
The posts are a big star stamped repousse bumpout. These concho style earrings are covered in deep Navajo stamp work.
Andy finished these earrings with a dark oxidation. The silver work is beautiful and done in traditional Cadman style. These earrings measure 2-1/4 inch long from top to bottom by 1-3/8 inch wide.
The stones measure 7/16 inch by 5/16 inch. The item "Sterling Silver Navajo Concho Earrings By Andy Cadman Rare Gem Kingman Turquoise" is in sale since Tuesday, October 20, 2015. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Earrings". The seller is "jullsbuys" and is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
This item can be shipped worldwide.