Navajo Sterling Silver and Fox Turquoise Pendant

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Bennie Ration - Authentic Navajo Sterling Silver
Fox Mountain Turquoise Pendant
HK Item #NP403

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Authentic Native American  sterling silver Fox Mountain Turquoise  Navajo Bennie Ration

Size
1 1/2" wide and
2 3/4" high including the swinging bail.
Weight
40 grams
Materials
Fox Mountain Turquoise, Read about stones
Sterling Silver, Read about silver
Artist
Bennie Ration, Navajo
Halmarks
Bennie Ration
Sterling

(Claw Symbol)

Authentic Native American  sterling silver Fox Mountain Turquoise  Navajo Bennie Ration

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Bennie Ration - Navajo
Natural Fox Turquoise Pendant
(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)
$525 plus s/h

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Paula says - "This pendant represents the finest silversmith work by celebrated Navajo artist Bennie Ration. His excellent overlay work highlights the exceptional Fox Mountain natural turquoise stone."

Authentic Native American  sterling silver Fox Mountain Turquoise  Navajo Bennie Ration

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Bennie Ration

One of the greatest contemporary Native American jewelry silversmiths of our time, Bennie Ration has a distinct three dimensional style with geometric patterns figuring prominently in his pieces. Using overlay to highlight and accent his designs, Bennie Ration creates unique pieces using the finest materials. His pieces are recognized all over the world as some of the finest silverwork.

He was born on the Canoncito Navajo reservation in New Mexico into a silversmithing family. His father, John Ration, began teaching Bennie the art of silversmithing in grade school.

Fox Mine Turquoise

Fox Turquoise mine (Lander County, Nevada) discovered in the early 1900’s, was once Nevada’s largest producer of green or blue-green turquoise with a distinctive matrix. The different sites of Fox deposits were developed using the names of Fox, White Horse, Green Tree, and Smith to differentiate among the colors of turquoise produced. The Fox mine is now closed. Read about stones


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