These very special earrings were hand made by Diego Ramero from Cochiti Pueblo. He has won numerous awards at Santa Fe Indian Market, The Heard Guild Indian Market and other juried Native American Shows around the country. He is best known for his large paintings depicting cultural life on Pueblos and Reservations. His technique is unusual in that it involves decoupage (paper over canvas or board) which he paints his subject matter on. These are done on a piece of thin wood. Sometimes the decoupage is a photo which he incorporates into the subject. These earrings depict his interpretation of an unknown kachina. The long oval earrings measure 2 1/2" long by 1 5/8" wide. They are very lightweight despite the size.