Colorful 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, jet and colorful lab opal. There are many tiny sterling silver inlaid dots to represent stars, a turquoise moon and planet and a comet with an opal inlaid tail.
The pendant measures 2 inches long including the inlaid bale, by 1-1/4 inch wide by over 1/4 inch thick. It weighs 9.7 grams. 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 Elouise Kee 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.