This contemporary multi-gem inlaid starry night double sided pendant was created by Navajo artist & silversmith, Matthew Jack. The pendant is inlaid with a multitude of semi-precious stones. The pendant is reversible with two different designs on each side. One side has is a pueblo adobe home and monument vally butte against a starry night sky. The other side has a Yei'bi'chei (Navajo holy spirit) scene with a Yei face and fan that is meant to represent good fortune. The black night sky is inlaid with small dots of sterling silver, which look like stars. A shooting star steaks across the dark night sky.
The pendant measures a total of 2-3/4 inch long including the oversized bale by 1 inch wide. It weighs 20.6 grams and it is almost 3/8 inch thick. The bale can handle beads or a chain over 5/8 inch wide.
Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked and created by Navajo artist Matthew Jack, son of Ray Jack.