Native American Navajo Sterling Silver Larimar Pendant

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Larry Chavez - Navajo Sterling Silver
Larimar Pendant
HK Item #NP502

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Authentic Navajo  Sterling Silver Larimar pendant

Size
3" long including swinging bail;
1 1/4" wide;
1/2" bail opening
Materials
Sterling silver, Read about silver;
Larimar, Read about stones
Weight
30 grams
Hallmark
LMC
Artist
Larry Chavez, Navajo

Authentic Navajo  Sterling Silver Larimar pendant

Larimar is a rare blue variety of pectolite found only in the Dominican Republic. The color can range from white to pale blue to green blue to a sea blue to deep blue. It is a truly beautiful stone. Although discovered in 1916, it was not mined until it was rediscovered in 1974. Its name is a combination of the name Larissa (daughter of one of the rediscoverers), and "mar" which means sea in Spanish - thus Larimar. The more intense the blue and the more contrast in the stone, the higher and rarer is the quality. The blue color is photosensitive and can fade over time if exposed to too much light and heat.

Larry Chavez - Navajo Sterling Silver
Larimar Pendant

NP502 - $400 plus s/h

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Authentic Navajo  Sterling Silver Larimar pendant

Generous 3/8" opening on stamped bail lets you wear this pendant with a chain, calble, collar or beads.

Sterling silver bead necklace shown here is not included.

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Authentic Navajo  Sterling Silver Larimar pendant

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