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Broken Arrow Necklace & Earrings, Turquoise, Navajo, Ronnie Henry

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Broken Arrow Necklace & Earrings, Turquoise, Navajo, Ronnie Henry

$600.00

Navajo Native American Turquoise Sterling Silver necklace & earrings set. This is Ronnie Henry's signature necklace set with Sleeping Beauty turquoise. Don't miss out on this fabulous creation by Ronnie Henry - Contemporary Navajo/Dine Jeweler . Item#5544

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Contemporary Native American turquoise sterling silver turquoise necklace & earring set, hand made by Navajo Dine silversmith, Ronnie Henry. This is his most popular and award winning design called the Broken Arrow Necklace. It is made in sterling silver, handmade sterling silver adjustable chain and Sleeping Beauty turquoise. It is 18 long - fully adjustable.

Please ignore the reflections that can be seen in the highly polished sterling silver.

The center turquoise triangular piece is 5/8 long by 1/2 wide at the widest point. Each section of the necklace is about 1 long by 5/8 wide.


The earrings measures 1-1/8 long, not counting the french hooks, by 1/2 wide. Each earring weighs about 3 grams.


Brand new in perfect condition. Stamped sterling and hallmarked by the artist. Certificate of Authenticity included and gift box included. Purchased directly and in person from the artist, Ronnie Henry.


Ronnie Henry was born in 1960 and has been active silversmithing since 1975. He is the son of jeweler and weaver Louise Henry and brother of Ernie Henry, who was also his teacher. His style has evolved over the years and now is very contemporary. Don't miss out on this fabulous creation by Ronnie Henry - Contemporary Navajo/Dine Jeweler