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Beth's Silver And Onyx Stick Earrings B.G. Mudd


Crosby Collection partners with artisans such as B.G. Mudd to bring you quality and authenticity. The spirit of the west has inspired the tradition of B.G. Mudd jewelry since 1989. Each piece of the jewelry is designed and crafted by Native American artisans living near the Navajo Reservation. B.G. Mudd creations are timeless, beautiful, and treasured.

Black onyx stick earrings. Pierced with wire, 2 1/4" from the top of the wire. 1/8" at the widest.

The "B" is for Barbara. The "G" is for Gary. "Mudd" was their dog. After Gary's passing, Barbara and their daughter, Kristina, have carried on.


Beth's Silver And Onyx Stick Earrings B.G. Mudd

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Oct 08 - Oct 12

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Pierced with wire. 2 1/4" long from top of wire. 1/8" at widest.


materials and care

Black onyx, sterling silver, Lightly buff with clean, soft cloth.

shipping and returns

 These are sold out but will be back in stock and will ship to you on December 9th. 


The Crosby Collection is Bing and Vickie Crosby, dealers dedicated to the best in Native American collectibles. Crosby Collection presents a select offering of jewelry, pottery, Navajo textiles, Zuni fetishes and other treasures inspired by the Indian crafts that captivated Bing as a child and led to the founding of our business more than fifty years ago. Today we bring you the innovative work of young Pueblo pottery artists as well as that of their honored ancestors such as the matriarch potters Maria Martinez, Lucy Lewis and Margaret Tafoya. We also showcase an incredible array of vintage and contemporary jewelry and accessories made by premier Native American silversmiths including Sunshine Reeves, B.G. Mudd and Artie Yellowhorse. Additionally, we have a significant selection from non-native jewelry artists, among them Benny and Valerie Aldrich, Kim Yubeta, Peyote Bird and Federico.