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James Del (deceased) & Doris Coriz, Santo Domingo (Ke-Wa) Pueblo, New Mexico, USA
SINCE JAMES' DEATH, THIS IS NO LONGER BEING MADE
Spectacular matrixed blue Kingman turquoise "gumball" bead necklace. This is a signature piece of Native American husband and wife team, James and Doris, that is always in great demand.
A US State Department representative purchased two of these and they were presented as official gifts to the Queen of England. Please see also the smaller version of this. Included in the pictures is a comparison photo showing this necklace and the smaller version.
Type: Graduated rounded bead necklace
Metal: Sterling Silver (Findings)
Stones or Other Materials: Heavily matrixed blue turquoise
Height: Approximately 24" end-to-end plus It comes with a 3" sterling silver extender to adjust the length. 34 Gumball beads. Around the neck it hangs to about 11-1/2".
Beads: 1/2" Diameter (at neck) up to 3/4" Diameter (bottom of hang)
Repeatable Design: Similar can be made but no two will be the same. (A smaller version is also made and can be found on my site, if still available)
Available in other materials: No
Self Weight: 7.9oz/223g
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