Authentic Native American Navajo Indian Lizard Pin Pendant

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Bennie Ration - Navajo Sterling Silver
Spiny Oyster Lizard Pin Pendant
HK Item #NPP454

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Hand made Native American  Navajo Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver Spiny Oyster Lizard pin pendant

Hand made Native American  Navajo Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver Spiny Oyster Lizard pin pendant

Size
2 1/2" x 1 3/4"
Stones
Spiny Oyster
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Hallmarks
BENNIE RATION
STERLING
with his eagle claw mark
Artist
Bennie Ration, Navajo

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Bennie Ration - Navajo
Sterling Silver
Spiny Oyster Lizard Pin Pendant
NPP454

$185 plus s/h
(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)



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Paula says -

"Beautiful silver work by one of the great Navajo artists. Spiny Oyster stone is set in smooth bezel and shadowbox cut out design on lizard body gives striking 3-dimensional look."

Hand made Native American  Navajo Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver Spiny Oyster Lizard pin pendant

Hand made Native American  Navajo Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver Spiny Oyster Lizard pin pendant

The Lizard has a locking pin and also a Shepherd's Hook that can be used as is with a chain or cable or opened up to hook on beads, so it can be used as a pendant.

Cable shown is not included.

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About 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.


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