Authentic Native American Indian Stone Pendant

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Navajo Sterling Silver
Crazy Horse Multi-Stone Pendant

HK Item #NP391

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Native American crazy horse jasper multi-stone  pendant

Size
2 1/2" tall including bail
1 3/4" diameter
1/2" bail opening
Materials
Sterling silver, Read about silver
Jasper, turquoise, coral, spiny oyster, Read about stones
Hallmarks
DINO
Sterling
Artist
Navajo

Native American crazy horse multi-stone  pendant

Navajo Sterling Silver
Crazy Horse Multi-Stone Pendant
#NP391 (ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)
$135 plus s/h

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Paula says - "A beautiful crazy horse jasper cabochon surrounded by a colorful array of turquoise, coral and spiny oyster all set in smooth bezels."

Native American crazy horse multi-stone  pendant

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Jasper comes from the Greek word, iaspis, which means "spotted stone." A form of microcrystalline quartz, jasper derives its colorful patterns from other minerals present, and is often named according to its pattern. Wild Horse or Crazy Horse Jasper, for example, is a striking combination of white with brown and small tan spots. It is generally opaque and has a dull luster but takes a fine polish. It is mined in North Africa, Sicily, France, India, Venezuela, Germany, the U.S.A. and elsewhere.

It it thought by some that jasper gives a person courage and it has the power to drive away evil spirits and protect against bites of snakes spiders.


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