Fabulous Native American handmade pendant, created by Navajo micro-inlay artist, Matthew Jack, featuring an intricate desert landscape scene with a starry night sky above. Set in silver, the pendant is intricately inlaid with hundreds of tiny hand-cut, semi-precious stones such as jasper, turquoise and colorful lab opal. There are many tiny sterling silver inlaid dots to represent stars, a turquoise moon and a comet with an opal inlaid tail.
The pendant measures 2-3/4 inches long including the inlaid bale, by 7/8 inch wide by over 1/4 inch thick. It weighs 12.6 grams. The bale can accommodate a necklace up to 1/4 inch wide. The pendant is breathtaking and the inlay is impeccable!
Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. The pendant is a collaborative effort between two Navajo artists. The silver work was done by Navajo Augustine Largo and the inlay work was done by Navajo Matthew Jack, son of Ray Jack. A photo of Matthew is shown below. Matthew creates amazing works of art! He is one of the best young Navajo inlay artists working in Gallup, NM today.