Fabulous Native American handmade pendant, created by Navajo micro-inlay artist, Matthew Jack, featuring an intricate pueblo scene with a black night sky. Set in silver, the pendant is intricately inlaid with hundreds of tiny hand-cut, semi-precious stones such as jasper, coral, jet and colorful lab opal. There are many tiny sterling silver inlaid dots to represent stars, moons, planets and a comet with a double opal tail streaking across the night sky.
The pendant measures 2-1/8 inches long including the inlaid bale, by 1-1/2 inch wide by 1/4 inch thick. It weighs 18.3 grams. The oval inlaid bale can accommodate a necklace 1/2 inches by 1/4 inches. Shown here with a 8mm silver bead necklace (sold separately). The bale is inlaid with sterling silver dots and a lab opa1 star.
Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked by the artist, Matthew Jack (he is pictured below). Matthew creates amazing works of art! He is one of the best young Navajo inlay artists working in Gallup, NM. His work is absolutely breathtaking!
Here is what two happy customers said about Matthew's work: "Hi Libby! I wanted to let you know that my mom and I both received our fabulous jewelry and we’re so appreciative of all your work to make sure we are thrilled with our choices, which we are! Of course the pieces are always that much more impressive in person, I can’t stop starring at my exquisite pendant with its magical starry night sky... finely detailed and lovely. It is truly a masterpiece...We can’t thank you enough for everything Libby. My mom, dad and I all wish you and your family health... and prosperity for your business. We hope that normalcy soon returns to your part of the country and to the Navajo people there. Much gratitude, " J.