This piece contains 6 huge sterling silver cross squashes that each measure around 2" X 1-1/2". Resting on the necklace are colossal graduating green spiderweb turquoise stones with the largest stone measuring around 1 in diameter. Resting throughout the stones are amazing silver flower beads with hand wrought round silver beads at the ends of the necklace.
The huge naja pendant measures around 3" X 2". This is an incredibly heavy necklace. Signed by Navajo artist, Gary Custer. The length of the necklace measures around 32.
If the item breaks we will repair it for FREE. We are flexible and are happy to work with you! All international orders will cost only 12.00. We also will work with international buyers to help them not pay as much going through the process.Do you own a store? Nativo Arts wants to work with you! We are the #1 supplier to stores who want to sell the best and finest Native American jewelry. Make us offers today by clicking the blue make offer button at the top of the page! Nativo Arts was established to offer the largest selection of the best quality vintage Native American jewelry in the world, for the best prices. It has taken decades to acquire the collection that we offer to the world today. From A-list celebrities to average Joe's, we work with everyone from all walks of life. Nativo Arts has supplied a vast number of movies with the best quality Native American jewelry.
It is important to respect Native American culture and to realize how much difficulty and hard work an artist puts into a piece. We thank you for your interest and we are happy to work with you! "The Largest and BEST Collection of Museum Quality Vintage Native American Jewelry in the World".The item "320 GRAMS VINTAGE NAVAJO STERLING SILVER CROSS TURQUOISE SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE" is in sale since Saturday, May 26, 2018. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Necklaces & Pendants". The seller is "nativo-arts" and is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This item can be shipped worldwide.