This is a beautiful necklace from David Rosales Designs, our most popular line of Native American jewelry. Designed by David Rosales himself, all their jewelry is handcrafted by Navajo Native American jewelry artists in Gallup, NM. This necklace features the Shalako Collection, made with turquoise, sugilite, and some lab-created opal accents. The Shalako Collection has been a staple of ours for several years due to its lovely, calming colors. The sugilite and opal are a welcome addition to the green turquoise and help brighten up this necklace.
This necklace has a prominent design that draws attention. It flares down towards a sharp point at the bottom, an almost aggressive shape. There is a small silver section at the bottom that adds a bit of decor while keeping this necklace modern in appearance. Its size and shape make this necklace work well for both formal and informal occasions.
The inlaid section on this necklace is just under 2 1/5" long. It measures about 1 1/8" vertical from the uppermost arm to the point at the bottom. The attached sterling silver chain is 16" long. If you would like something a bit longer, please let us know. The shape of the inlaid section is meant to contour the shape of your neck, thus the shorter length.
We kindly ask that you allow around six weeks for delivery of this necklace. This is a handcrafted piece of Native American jewelry that takes time to create. The artists put a lot of time and effort into making this jewelry and we appreciate your patience with this process. If you have any questions, please contact us at 308-234-3313.