Beautiful, irregularly faceted, lapis beads (68) with classic long triangle of mosaic turquoise with lapis and shell accents. Back by white mother of pearl.
Angie is unquestionably the most famous of the Santo Domingo artists, being personally responsible for the renaissance that came in the 1960's.
***One of a Kind***
Purchased from Angie, in person
Metal: Sterling silver
Stones or Other Materials: Lapis Lazuli, Turquoise, Shell
Source: Santo Domingo (Kewa) Pueblo, New Mexico, USA
Height: Approximately 17-3/4" end-to-end. Around the neck it hangs to about 8" at the bottom of the pendant. It comes with a 3" sterling silver extender to adjust the length.
Beads: Varying dimensions, many are approximately 3/16" in one direction
Pendant (Not including silver bail): 1-1/8"H x 1/2"W
Self Weight: 1.1 oz/32g/.071lbs
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