Gary Custer, Pendant, Naja, Pueblo Cross, Turquoise, Navajo Handmade, 1 5/8"
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Navajo tufa cast artist Gary Custer is attracted to those old styles of Navajo art. The naja has been a part of Navajo silver making since the craft was first introduced. It use to be a design that was incorporated into horse bridals. Eventually it began to sit at the bottom of the popular squash blossom necklace. This gorgeous piece is a naja with an old pueblo style dragonfly hanging in the center. You will also find a gorgeous old Nevada turquoise on each end. Hang this from a piece of stressed leather or sterling silver chain for an authentic look.
Size (includes bale) - 1 5/8" x 1 1/2"
Weight - 11.8 grams