Currently All David Rosales Jewelry Requires 6 Weeks To Make
Delight in the beauty of handcrafted jewelry with our Large Round David Rosales Stardust Pendant. It's made in Gallup, New Mexico, by Navajo artists who are masters of their craft. They use shiny sterling silver and set it with a mix of Kingman turquoise and colorful opals, along with black jade. This Stardust Collection is something special – the colors pop and shine, especially when the sun hits them. The design is incredibly precise, with both the left and right sides mirroring each other perfectly.
It takes a lot of patience and skill to make this jewelry. The Native American artists who do this are some of the best at what they do, and this Stardust design is one of their toughest challenges. They put a huge amount of care into every tiny detail. All these stones are cut and inlaid entirely by hand, which is immensely time-consuming. This collection, in particular, takes an incredibly high level of skill.
This isn't your everyday jewelry. It's a piece of art you can wear. Since the inlay work is all done by hand, it takes about six weeks to make one of these pendants. Because each artist has their own touch, the pendant you get will be just yours – no one else will have one quite like it. It'll be worth the wait, and you'll love it for a long time.
This pendant is 2" long (including the bail) and 1 3/8" wide. The size, along with the vibrant stones, ensure that this pendant will be noticed by everyone around you. The chain that you see pictured is not included. Please contact us if you would like to add a chain.