Black Gold Ivory Fringe Earring
These earrings are NOT Indigenous made.
These earrings are made in India by female artisans.
Ink + Alloy is based in Atlanta, GA.
These earrings are NOT Indigenous made. If you are interested in authentic, gorgeous Indigenous made beadwork, please follow some of our favorite artists:
Marcie McIntire, owner of Ningii-Ozhitoomin Ojibwe Art Gallery, in Grand Portage https://northshorevisitor.com/attractionlistings/nigii-ozhitoomin-ojibwe-art-gallery/ and https://northhouse.org/instructors/marcie-mcintire
Lenise Omeasoo https://www.instagram.com/antelopewomendesigns/
Catherine Blackburn https://www.instagram.com/catherinebjewellery/
Do you have a favorite Indigenous artist? Please send us their info and we will eagerly add them to this list! Email Abby at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out this article in the New York Times about the rise in popularity and importance of Indigenous Beadwork on Instagram.
“Indigenous Beadwork Flourishes on Instagram”
Interest in Indigenous artistry has created an ecosystem of beadwork drops that sell out in minutes online.
From Ink + Alloy:
Part of our signature seed bead collection, these amazing fringe earrings offer a unique look as they hang from a brass triangle at the top. They are handcrafted by artisans in India and are sure to add an effortlessly cool edge to any modern boho look.
Made By Artisans In India