With an iconic combination of sterling silver and turquoise, Navajo artist Larry Curley has handcrafted this necklace and earring set featuring blue turquoise and stamped sterling silver.
Early silver jewelry of the Southwest was plain, with simple engraved, stamped, or punched designs with the introduction of turquoise, first used in silver around 1880. This set honors the combination of two distinct styles and will be a cherish piece in any collection.
The necklace measures 20" long and is 3/8" wide with hook closure. Earrings measure 1-5/8" long by 3/8" wide with French hook. Comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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