The Fan Earrings are adorned with a sun disk pattern along the bottom curve, which is carved with the phases of the moon. These are part of the Oklhili' Hashi' Collection. Meaning "night sun" in the Chickasaw language (our phrase for moon). They honor those moments of life changing transformation, when challenging times might break you down, yet you emerge a stronger, more radiant version of yourself.
The earrings are cast in sterling silver with an antique finish. Available in rose gold and black ruthenium plating with lever back. Piece is set with your choice of labradorite, rainbow moonstone, or onyx stones with black pearl or moonstone fringe.
The earrings hang 1.75" long, from top of lever to bottom of stone and an additional 1.5" fringe hang at longest point, approximately 1" at widest point.
Oklhili' Hashi' translates to "night sun" in the Chickasaw language. It is our phrase for moon. This collection honors those moments of life changing transformation, when challenging times might break you down, yet you emerge a stronger, more radiant version of yourself. I began this collection shortly after the birth of my daughter, who is my Oklhili' Hashi'. This experience of giving and nurturing new life has been one of the most challenging, yet one of the most transformative times of my life. Each piece of this collection celebrates the the power of change and transformation, and symbolizes new strength that emerges to shine light in the darkness.