Artist: James Del & Doris Coriz, Santo Domingo
Spectacular necklace of teardrop shaped polished abalone shell (73 pieces.)
Type: Teardrop Abalone Shell Necklace
Metal: Sterling silver findings.
Stones or Other Materials: Orange spiny oyster, Abalone
Source: Santo Domingo (Kewa) Pueblo, New Mexico, USA
Height: Approximately 14" end-to-end. Around the neck it hangs to about 7" to the bottom of the necklace. It comes with a 3" sterling silver extender to adjust the length.
Beads: 3/4" H x 7/16"W
Signed: Unsigned (Purchased direct from the artists at their home)
Repeatable Design: One-of-a-kind. Custom. Similar can be made but no two will be the same.Available in other materials: No
Item#: JDC-NKC-Abalone Orange Spiny ChokerSelf Weight: 3 oz/85g/.18739lb
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