DescriptionNavajo silversmith Pansy Johnson handcrafted this iconic squash blossom necklace featuring Golden Hill Turquoise. Also known as Kazakhstan Turquoise, known for its light blue hue and reddish, burnt umber matrix. This statement necklace is one of the most recognized necklace silhouettes in the world, it's a must-have for a collector of Native American jewelry.
Johnson's skill is reflected in this heirloom piece. Oxidized beads give a bold contrast to the light blue stones. Accompanied by matching earrings with smooth sterling silver bezel. Bold, timeless, beautiful, and elegantly crafted, this will be the crown of your collection of Native American jewelry.
Necklace measures 25" long and 1-3/4" wide. Naja measures 2" long and 2" wide. Earrings measure 3/8" long and 3-/8" wide. Comes with a certificate of authenticity
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