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Turquoise Coral Pendant Navajo Sterling Ernest Roy Begay

Very spectacular piece incorporates natural Mediterranean coral and Kingman turquoise on heavy gauge sterling. From a NM estate, purchased in the late 80s/early 90s, the artist still makes a similar pendant, retailing for $795.

Ernest Roy Begay is a Navajo artist of some repute. Born in the 50s, he learned silversmithing in the 70s and became a full time jewelry maker in the 80s. He is known for his use of fine turquoise, heavy gauge sterling, and his stamping techniques.

This pendant measures 2 3/8" high, 3" including the bale, and 1 1/2" wide. It weighs 38.8 grams, tested sterling.

Excellent condition. Has some age patina, has not been cleaned or polished. Stones are secure without chips or cracks.

Liquid silver necklace is NOT included.

US only, Paypal to confirmed addresses only.

Was $395. DISCOUNTS! Contact me BEFORE PURCHASING if you are interested in a discount of up to 10% for payment by US personal check or postal money order.. No discounts once purchase is made!

Turquoise Coral Pendant Navajo Sterling Ernest Roy Begay

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: sterling, turquoise, coral
  • Only ships within United States.
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