You are currently looking at a very special pendant from David Rosales, our most popular Native American jewelry designer. You have the stunning Red Moon collection on the front with incredibly tiny cut stones. This is made up of red and blue cultured opal, black jade, and a bit of turquoise. The contrast in the stones is striking and can be seen from across a room. Each of these tiny stones is individually cut by hand and fit together in a perfect kaleidoscope of color. The process of inlaying stones with such precision is something that only some of the most talented Native American jewelry artists can accomplish.
The real beauty of this pendant comes when you flip it over. On the reverse side, there is a single Kingman turquoise stone surrounded by some neat silverwork. This turquoise stone is rounded and sticks out ever so slightly. With the front inlay work completely flat, this reverse side has some nice added dimension. This is most certainly a magnificent piece of Native American jewelry that can be worn in two different ways. When you consider the versatility and the craftsmanship that goes into a piece like this it really becomes apparent how talented David Rosales and his team of Native American jewelry artists really are.
This pendant is 1 1/4" tall (not including the bail) and 1 1/8" wide. The chain that is pictured is not included. However, you are welcome to add a chain if you would like. Please call us at 308-234-3313 if you are interested in this. Also, please allow around four weeks to receive this pendant. This is handcrafted and requires a great deal of time and work. If you have a specific time constraint, such as a holiday, please contact us.