Currently All David Rosales Jewelry Requires 6 Weeks To Make
Dive into the charming Small David Rosales Stardust Oval Pendant, crafted with love and skill in sterling silver by Navajo Native American artists in Gallup, NM. This piece is an echo of traditional Native American jewelry, bringing a slice of culture and artistry to your jewelry collection.
The blend of Kingman turquoise, Picasso opal, white and purple cultured opal, and black jade within this pendant is a stunningly chosen combination from the Stardust Collection by David Rosales. When you step out under the sun, the colors dance and sparkle, showing off a design with paths that seems to stretch into the horizon.
The stones are hand-cut and inlaid together. It's a labor of love, and a skill that few possess. It’s what makes this piece a standout in handcrafted turquoise jewelry. The Stardust Collection is known for its demanding craftsmanship, and this pendant surely lives up to that reputation with every tiny detail carved by hand. All of David Rosales' jewelry is time-intense to make, but this collection is even more so.
David Rosales had a vision, and his team of talented Native American jewelry artists brought it to life with this pendant. While this pendant is dainty (1 1/8" x 3/8"), it packs a lot of brilliant color that will draw attention.
Please be aware that it will take around six weeks for this pendant to reach you. Why? Because good things take time, and a lot of effort goes into crafting each pendant. And since no two pendants are the same, what you receive might have its own unique touches different from the picture. But don’t worry, it will be an eye-catching piece you’ll adore for years.