Native American Zuni Sterling Silver Inlay Owl Pendant

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Dennis and Nancy Edaakie - Zuni Sterling Silver
Inlay Owl Pendant
HK Item #NP304

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Native American Zuni Sterling Silver  inlay owl Pendant

Stones
Mother of Pearl, Turquoise, Coral, Jet, Abalone
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Size
2" tall including bail x 1 1/8" wide;
Bail has 1/4" opening
Hallmarks
DENNIS NANCY EDAAKIE
Artist
Dennis and Nancy Edaakie, Zuni

Native American Zuni Sterling Silver  inlay owl Pendant

Large swinging bail is inlaid with turquoise, coral and sterling silver. The fixed bail has a 1/4" opening that lets you wear this pendant with a chain, cable, or collar as shown here.

Sterling silver collar shown is not included.

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Dennis and Nancy Edaakie
Zuni Sterling Silver
Inlay Owl Pendant

#NP304
(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)
$169 plus s/h

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Paula says -

"This Owl pendant is too amazing! It is one of those items where photos cannot begin to show its incredible detail and colors. In the photos the owl appears to be the same as the sterling silver background, but it is actually inlaid mother of pearl and it shows irridescence as the angle of the light changes! The flower is bright red coral and the leaves are abalone, which shows greens and blues and orange in different light. You have to see this one to believe it!"

Native American Zuni Sterling Silver  inlay owl Pendant

Inlay owl of mother of pearl, flower of coral, leaves of abalone, and details of jet, with a turquoise border.

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OWL - A night bird with a large head and large eyes. The eyes cannot move in their sockets so the owl can rotate its head up to 270 degrees. With exceptional vision, acute hearing, silent flight, Owl is a stealthy and effective hunter. Native Americans attribute Owl with wisdom and sacred knowledge and call upon Owl medicine to help them see through deception, external appearances and illusion and to discover hidden truths. Plains Indians wear owl feathers to protect against evil spirits.


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