Darryl Dean Begay, Necklace, Mediterranean Coral, Bisbee Turquoise, Navajo

The naja could be the symbol for Navajo silver. This design traditionally hangs at the bottom of squash blossom necklaces, can be found in earrings, and adorns early Navajo bridle sets. Navajo award-winning artist Darryl Dean Begay has given the classic design his own amazing touch. He decorates this naja with a squash blossom at the top along with inlaid stone. A combination of Arizona's Bisbee Turquoise along with Mediterranean Coral fill the naja. This Bisbee has amazing color, deep blues with a web of chocolate matrix. You will find the magnificent naja hanging on a strand of handmade Navajo Pearls that showoff a rustic brushed finish. What a great way to wear your new piece of wearable art by Darryl Dean Begay.
TribeNavajo
Age GroupAdult
ArtistBegay, Darryl Dean
AgeCirca 2010's
Item Weight0.7381
Width2.5
Gap in Cuff Style Braceletn/a
Widest Point on Bracelet Bandn/a
Gemtype Stone Shapeirregular-shape
GenderUnisex
Clasp Typeeasy-hook
Length16.5
Number of Stones2
Weight Grams184.8
Main StoneBisbee Turquoise
MetalSterling Silver

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$6,370.00

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