A striking mixture of traditional Navajo jewelry methods and motifs, virtuoso talent and modern sensibility. This prize-winning artist is noted for clean and inventive silver work and a contemporary twist to traditional designs.
The pendant is tufa cast, as are the two tapered pieces that curve up toward the neck. All three combine texture and polished, raised elements that refer to rain and water. A hand made and inventive chain of gleaming, rounded half beads connects with links to complete the necklace. Centered in the curvy pendant, a rich teal, natural turquoise seems to glow amid the silver.
Impeccably made, with creative flair. Wear it with sweaters, to work, to dinner – all the time! – and enjoy the compliments on your fine taste for the unusual and the beautiful.