Here's a top quality Native American Navajo handmade sterling silver Royston turquoise cluster pendant created by Travis Teller. Travis is the son of famous Navajo silversmiths, Everett & Mary Teller. This One-of-a-Kind pendant is a real show-stopper! The natural Royston turquoise stones are perfectly matched and set in deep straight bezels with twisted silver wire surrounding the main center stone.
The pendant measures 3-1/2 inches long by 2 inches wide and weighs 41.5 grams, which is almost 1-1/2 ounces! The over-sized bale is stamped and also has a single oval turquoise stone set on it, matching the oval stones surrounding the main stone. The bale can handle beads up to 3/8 inch wide. The pendant is shown here with one of Travis's woven sterling silver necklaces (sold separately).
Brand new and in perfect condition. Hallmarked TRT inside a fish symbolizing Travis's Christian faith. Purchased directly from the artist. Gift box and Certificate of Authenticity included with your purchase.
Travis is the son of famous Navajo silversmiths, Everett & Mary Teller and he has learned from his parents and become an accomplished silversmith in his own right. Travis is constantly pushing the boundaries of Native American jewelry and his work is very distinctive and easily recognizable. He lives on the Navajo reservation in Lukachukia, Arizona. The last photo shows Travis Teller and his mother Mary Teller at a recent Native American Art market @ Washington DC Smithsonian.