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2-pc Silver Turquoise Bear Pin/Pendant by Navajo Nelson Morgan

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2-pc Silver Turquoise Bear Pin/Pendant by Navajo Nelson Morgan

$175.00

2-piece Sterling Silver & turquoise bear and feather pin/pendant handmade by Native American Navajo silversmith & artist, Nelson Morgan. The pin/pendant measures 3-1/4 inches long. Item#5980

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This handmade three dimensional pin/pendant combination was created by Navajo artist, Nelson Morgan. It features a hollow bear with peekaboo cut-outs, a genuine turquoise stone, and then a three-dimensional detailed silver feather at the bottom. Navajo artist Nelson Morgan is one of the most well-known kachina character jewelry artists in the southwest. We have more of his rings, pendants, earrings and necklaces available.

The piece measures about 3-1/4 inches long by 1-1/2 inch wide. The pendant is entirely hand made from sterling silver and the body is hollow. Genuine turquoise stone. Weighs 16.5 grams. Clip-on style bale.

Brand new in perfect condition. Created by Navajo Nelson Morgan and his hallmark is stamped on the back. Certificate of Authenticity and Gift Box included with your purchase. Don't miss out on this piece of beautiful jewelry by an award-winning Native American artist. Please check our other listings for more unusual kachina jewelry by this great Navajo artist.