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Plumeria Earrings

Plumeria is a tradition of artisanal feather-work that evolved from craft work in early Mesoamerica to an elaborate style in the 17th century during the Spanish Colonial period. The association of feathers with flight and spirit made it a natural bridge between Indigenous and Catholic iconography. The hybrid designs spread back to the Old World, the royal courts, and was used in trade, reaching as far away as China and Mozambique.

1 1/4" wide and 3” drop, black niobium findings.

OROPOPO is a husband and wife duo who make jewelry, bags and objects in their Albuquerque studio drawing from the iconography of the American Southwest.

Karole's professional background is in architecture and structural engineering. The Oropopo name is from her birthplace on the coast of Venezuela. Grady is a native of New Mexico, a writer, and literary editor; he has specialized in desert literature and its aesthetics. Together, they refine a narrative that associates site and culture with contemporary technology.

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