Handmade. Two each Sugilite (purple) & Lab Opal stones scored in quadrants representing the 4 seasons. One side with Sand Cast silver finish.
The Dallasvuyaomas do beautiful work. Bennard is the nephew of Charle Loloma. Both are highly educated and are very involved with native traditions and affairs.
I also have a matching pendant.
Metal: Sterling Silver
Materials: Sugilite & Lab Opal
Total Height (including hook): 1-5/16"H
Pendant (only) Height: 13/16"H
Pendant Width: 9/16"W
Weight (including chain): .2oz/5gr/.011lb
Pendant Markings: DD w copyright symbol Sterling
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