This award-winning jeweler is know for his contemporary pieces that include traditional Navajo elements and interesting stones.
This necklace celebrates rain, the great good luck of the high desert.
The asymmetric pendant is intricately fabricated, asymmetrical pendant features a high-grade boulder opal that sparks with red and green fire.
The gold appliques are rain and lightning signs; the polished silver lines curving down the side represent rainfall.
The colored stones are golden as the sun, red as the earth and smoky blue-grey as the stormy sky, with flashes of lightning.
The chain is composed of tufa-cast, textured, oval links with polished 14 karat gold bands flashing across each one.
Hand-formed, boxed end pieces are curved to fit beautifully and comfortably around the neck. Even the hook and eye closure is hand fabricated.
Symbolism and beautiful design combine with faultless workmanship in this one-of-a-kind piece.
Like most Native jewelry, this looks equally at home with sports clothes, work clothes, or party clothes – a perfect travel companion, too.