Here we have a very pretty pendant that was designed by David Rosales and his incredibly talented team of Native American jewelry artists. David is known for his wonderful color collections that any of his pieces can be created with. This is called the Shalako Collection, which consists of turquoise, sugilite, and cultured opal. Shalako is a sacred Zuni ceremony that is closed to the public. This is fitting for this type of inlaid jewelry because it was originated from the Zuni tribe. The colors used in this collection are very pretty with a tranquil sort of feel. The sugilite and opal give some added color to regular turquoise jewelry.
This pendant has a notched bezel around the outside of the stones. It is a simple design but very tasteful modern. This is a pendant whose colors scream Southwestern Native American jewelry. You are sure to really enjoy this one!
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This pendant is 1 3/8" long and 3/4" wide. This measurement does not include the bail because it is difficult to measure. Please be aware that the chain that is pictured is not included. You can add a sterling silver chain to this pendant by contacting us once you order this. Also, because this is a piece of handcrafted turquoise jewelry, we do ask that you allow between four and six weeks to receive it. It takes some time to create such a pretty pendant as this. Please contact us with any questions at 308-234-3313.