These bold monochromatic earrings were designed by Inspired Natives Project Collaborator, Michelle Lowden (Acoma Pueblo). Their name "Kasheeshi," means 'white corn' in Keres, the language indigenous to the Pueblo of Acoma. The design features a central corn motif, with elements representing both rain and mountains.
These exquisitely detailed mixed-media earrings are cut from real maple, high resolution printed with multiple layers of protective coating, and lovingly assembled in our Seattle studio with gunmetal earring hooks.
- 2 1/2" x 5/8"
- 63.5mm x 15.88mm
Michelle Lowden (Acoma Pueblo) draws inspiration from her family's history of illustrious potters to create the beautiful hand-painted Pueblo jewelry she is known for. The owner and operator of Milo Creations, her careful eye and attention to detail show in her intricate line work and Southwest geometric designs.
Michelle has been an Inspired Natives Project Collaborator since 2014. Thank you for supporting Inspired Natives, not "Native-inspired".