Native American Navajo Sterling Silver Cross Pin Pendant

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Albert Brown - Navajo Sterling Silver
Spiny Oyster Cross Pin Pendant
HK Item #NPC702

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  Authentic Native American Navajo Sterling Silver and spiny oyster Cross pin pendant

Authentic Native American Navajo Sterling Silver and spiny oyster Cross pin pendant

Native American Navajo  Sterling Silver Cross  pendant

This cross is a pin pendant.
The back has a 1 1/2 inch locking pin as well as a shepherd's hook that can be used with a chain or collar, and it will hook over stone beads and sterling silver beads as shown at right.

Shepherd's Hook

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A shepherd's hook can be opened to hook onto or between beads (as shown with the cross in the photo) or it can be squeezed closed to keep it secure when used with a chain, cable, or collar.

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NPC702A - $205 plus s/h  

NPC702B - $205 plus s/h  

Paula says - "These beautiful antiqued sterling silver crosses have 7 sunny spiny oyster pieces set in serrated bezels. The crosses can be worn as a pin or as a pendant!"

Size
3" x 2 1/2"
Materials
Sterling Silver, Read About Silver
Spiny Oyster, Read about stones
Weight
27 grams
Hallmarks
Sterling
AB
Artist
Albert Brown, Navajo

Native American Navajo  Sterling Silver Cross  pendant

Sterling silver beads shown not included.

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Native American Navajo  Sterling Silver Cross  pendant

Dime above shows scale of crosses.

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Native American Jewelry Blog tips and iinformationSpiny Oyster

Spiny oyster, not surprisingly, is an oyster that is covered with spines. It is found along the Atlantic coast of Baja California and Baja Mexico. It varies from vibrant red shading into oranges and purples, with definite striations and variation of the colors. Red spiny oyster has been used as a subsititute for coral.


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