The P8000 setting is one of the more popular pendants in this line. The "Shalako" stone combination is also probably my most popular. While not entirely one-of-a-kind this system is the perfect answer for my "matchy-matchy" customers who like quality inlay work. If I happen to be out of a matching piece, just ask, the beauty of this line is things can be reordered. It is important to note each piece will be different so you are not going to get and exact match on the inlay design.
Remember to check the dimensions-the photos are extreme close-ups
In the world of Native American jewelry, the Super Smith Shop was originator of a complete line of repeatable designs that could be customized with a large selection of stone combinations. All Supersmith jewelry is created by a large staff of Navajo craftspeople. I love that they make it easy by numbering the designs and naming the stone combinations; this makes mixing and matching easier.
Materials: SHALAKO Sugilite (Purple), Chinese Turquoise, Synthetic Opal
Height - Total Including Bail: 1-1/4"
Dimensions - Pendant Only: 3/4"H x 3/4"W
Signed: Craftsman's Mark (B)
Repeatable Design: Yes - similar
Available in other materials: Yes, huge selection, special order
Supersmith - David Rosales Handcrafted by Navajo jewelers. New Mexico Spectacular piece of micro inlay work, all hand done. This features Super Smith's extremely popular "Native Earth" stone combination and adds...
Artist/Source: Supersmith Shop (David Rosales) - Handcrafted by Navajo Jewelers New Mexico, USA : Brightly colorful stone combination, "Native Earth". Earring model: ER8000-L1. Native Earth In the world of Native American...
Sold Out - $158.00
Supersmith Shop New Mexico, USA Beautiful muted colors of the "Pine Hill" stone combination in a "cobble" (raised) finish. Supersmith changes some of the of components of their stock designs...
Supersmith Shop, David Rosales Jewelry - Handcrafted by Navajo Jewelers New Mexico, USA Extremely popular inlay stone combination, "Turquoise Creek". Earring model: ER153. Turquoise Creek was one of the early...