Dancing Light Earrings

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The month of March earned the Ojibwe name Onaabani-giizis because the temperatures dance up and down this time of year. For example, during the day, the sun (which is moving back north for spring) warms the top of the snow, melting it slightly, to have the cool evenings and cold nights turn that slight melt into a crisp top layer. The shine of the snow reflecting light in various ways like a natural glaze is the inspiration for these earrings.

Lightweight, silver-plated, and highly reflective with multiple dancing components, we hope you enjoy these adornments and wear them often. Expect many compliments since they are eye-catching (and thus not for suited for the shyest of wallflowers).

  • 4.5" Long
  • Surgical Steel Ear Hooks
  • Silver-Plated Components
  • Ships from US
  • NOTE: Please store your new earrings in the box provided to protect the hanging pieces from tarnishing or scratching.

    by Jessica R. Metcalfe (Turtle Mountain Chippewa)