This is a cross pendant from our favorite Native American jewelry designer, David Rosales. David, the designer, has assembled a talented team of Navajo jewelry artists to bring his work to life. This cross pendant comes from the Red Moon Collection, which is one of my personal favorites. It consists of both red and blue lab-created opal, turquoise, and black jade all inlaid together in sterling silver. The fun part about this particular cross pendant is that the stones are cut in such tiny and uniform lines. The layout of the stones, as well as the bright colors, create a mildly psychedelic look.
Other than the intricate inlay work, this cross pendant is fairly simple. It has a symmetrical shape that is void of too much extra flare. There is a nice rope-style border that wraps around this pendant. This gives it a little more detail without being overpowering. In fact, I think there is such a nice ratio of contemporary luster that this pendant could be worn by either a woman or a man. You don't want to miss out on this piece because there is just so much to love!
This cross pendant is 1 1/4" tall and wide. This does not include the bail because it is difficult to get an accurate measurement. It is a nice size that is plenty large enough to notice while still being casual and comfortable.
Please allow around four to six weeks to receive this cross pendant. It is a piece of handcrafted Native American jewelry, which takes some time to create. I promise that it will be worth the wait once it arrives! If you have any questions about the timeframe or anything else, please contact us at 308-234-3313.