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Published on Mar 12, 2012
This Necklace Was Made By Well Known Navajo Silversmith, Andy Cadman - The beautiful old Royston turquoise is heirloom turquoise from the closed Royston turquoise mine - This was a collaborative project between a well known Navajo silversmith and an old New Mexico trading post who provided the stone - The stones have some of the silver pyrite in the matrix and are beautifully variegated in color and shape - Each pendant is finished with a filed bezel edge and three tiny repoussed Navajo conchos - A heavy handmade silver chain with a matching hook catch make up the necklace of this heavy silver piece - The largest pendant measures 2" x 1" wide - Opened out the chain is 29" long - The necklace hangs 16" long with the pendants - Back of the main pendant is clearly stamped A. CADMAN, STERLING - Native American Jewelry - Frontier Plunder Indian Trading Post