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Large Sonoran Gold Turquoise Arrowhead Pendant

P867 SGT

David Rosales Designs - Beautiful Sonoran Gold Turquoise Jewelry

If you want to catch people's attention this is the pendant for you! This Sonoran Gold Turquoise pendant was handcrafted by David Rosales and his team of Native American jewelry artists. Sonoran Gold Turquoise is super popular because it looks so much different than normal turquoise. It is much more green and often has some gold specks mixed in. 

If you would like to read more about Sonoran Gold Turquoise check out our article!

David Rosales' team of Navajo artists hand-inlaid this pendant. Each stone is cut and inlaid individually, all by hand. David Rosales is one of the very best designers of Native American jewelry in the United States and his work is our most popular line. As you can see, they put a lot of care into their inlay work. They always try to use a lot of contrast with the stones that they set. This pendant is quite large and shows off the Sonoran Gold Turquoise really well. You will love wearing this turquoise pendant because it will draw so much attention!

The chain that you see is not included. If you would like to add one please contact us. This pendant is 1 1/2" wide and 2" tall, not including the inlaid bail at the top.

This Sonoran Gold Turquoise pendant is handcrafted in sterling silver by Native American artists in Gallup, NM. Because of the amount of work that goes into creating this, we ask that you allow around four weeks for delivery. David Rosales and his team do wonderful work and each piece takes some time. Also, please be aware that there is a lot of variation in Sonoran Gold Turquoise and no two stones look the same. Therefore, the inlay work in the pendant that you receive will differ from what if pictured here. That being said, I know yours will look just as nice or even better than this picture. Please contact us with any questions at 308-234-3313.


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