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Navajo American Indian Sterling Silver White Buffalo Pendant, Lyle Piaso

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Navajo American Indian Sterling Silver White Buffalo Pendant, Lyle Piaso

$119.95

Native American sterling silver White Buffalopendant by Navajo silversmith, Lyle Piaso. The pendant measures 1-5/8 X 7/8 inches, including the bale in the length. Item# 6782

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Native American sterling silver pendant handcrafted by Navajo artist Lyle Piaso. Set with a natural White Buffalo stone, a thick cabochon set in a deep, smooth silver bezel and surrounded with fancy stamped edging.

The pendant measures 1-5/8 inches long, including the bale by 7/8 inch wide at the widest point and weighs about 10.3 grams. The bale can handle a chain a bit over 1/8 inch in diameter. A nice 18-inch sterling silver chain is also included

Brand new in perfect condition. Stamped sterling and with Lyle Piaso's hallmark. Certificate of Authenticity included and gift box included.

White Buffalo is a white stone with black inclusions. It's sometimes called "white turquoise" but it is not turquoise. The black matrix is called Chert, the Chert often runs in various patterns throughout the white material. Occasionally you will find it in a spiderwebbing pattern which is rare and more valuable. White Buffalo comes from only one mine in Nevada, near Tonopah, which is owned by the Otteson family.