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Native American Navajo Inlaid Monument Valley Night Sky Pendant, Matthew Jack

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Native American Navajo Inlaid Monument Valley Night Sky Pendant, Matthew Jack

$180.00

Fabulous multi-gem inlaid pendant, with a Monument Valley starry night design. Native American made: silver work by Elouise Kee, inlay by Matthew Jack, son of Ray Jack. Item# 6660

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This contemporary multi-gem inlaid Monument Valley starry night pendant was created by Navajo artists, Elouise Kee and Matthew Jack. Elouise did the silver work and Matthew did the inlay. The pendant is inlaid with a multitude of semi-precious stones - there is a southwestern butte against a starry night sky. The black night sky is inlaid with small dots of sterling silver, which look like stars and a lab opal moon and turquoise planet.

The pendant measures 2 inches long including the bale by 1-1/8 inch wide and it weighs 11 grams and it is 1/4 inch thick. Solid sterling silver back.

Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked by Navajo silversmith Elouise Kee and the inlay was done by Matthew Jack, son of Ray Jack.