Unique "Salt Spoon" Earrings by George Kee and Marked, White Hogan

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Here is a great and unique pair of salt spoon earrings by George Kee from the White Hogan. These are an awesome pair of salt spoons that where converted to hook earrings. They feature beautiful file work designs with small holes drilled under the pocket for the salt to fall through. They are stamped as sterling silver. The earring conversions could be removed fairly easily if you wanted them as salt spoons.

MAKER: Hallmarked GK and Hogan. George Kee (?-1980; Navajo). Active 1940s-1980. Worked for the White Hogan.

APPROX AGE: Circa 1960s.

SIZE: 2-1/2 inches long X 5/8 inches wide. Weighs 15.4 grams.

CONDITION: Good, but altered as stated above. Minimal wear expected. Please look closely at the pictures as they are an important part of our description and are hereby incorporated into the description, specifically with regards to condition.