It was the mud dauber who taught the Cherokee people how to make pottery. The Didanissgi earrings are name for the little mud daubber.
The hand drawn pattern is based on designs found on early Cherokee pots. Traditionally, these designs were made by paddles. Our earrings are engraved with a common pottery pattern. The earrings are 3/4" in diameter and have surgical stainless steel French wires.
All of our jewelry is handmade in our studio in Oklahoma. Please allow 7-10 before we ship. Need something faster, choose Front Of The Line Shipping at Checkout. This option allows you to skip to the front of the production line. Standard shipping times apply once shipped