A quartet of ancient good luck symbols are applied on a darkened and textured rectangle of silver.
The two water spirals, dragonfly, and hand of blessing and protection, gleam in glistening contrast to the base.
The smooth, polished bail looks like a continuation of the shining forms.
At the bottom of the pendant, a vivid, natural, teal-hued turquoise is set in a raised circle. This shape harmonizes with the circular spirals.
The hand and dragonfly are set on the diagonal, but in different directions, animating the long rectangle.
In the Navajo way, there is beauty everywhere, even hidden on the reverse.
There, out of sight of the casual observer, is an all-over pattern of little stamped hearts.
A little secret for the owner to share, or not, this charming touch exemplifies the care, love, and attention to detail the artist brought to the whole pendant.
Beautiful in inspiration, message, materials, and execution, this pendant is precious in every way – except the cost.