Authentic Native American Navajo Tommy Singer Gemstone Necklace

Horse Training, Horse Care, and Riding Books and Videos from Cherry Hill at www.horsekeeping.com  Home | BooksArticles | Shopping | View Cart | Contact | Site Map | Search

Authentic Navajo Sterling Silver
Tommy Singer Bamboo Coral Necklace

Shopping  <   Native American Jewelry  <  Necklaces

Tommy Singer Navajo Bamboo Coral Necklace

Tommy Singer necklaces are world-renowned and highly sought after by everyone from collectors to movie stars and all of us in between !

Tommy Singer Navajo Bamboo Coral Necklace

This particular necklace is just the best. It is made with 7 strands of Bamboo Coral that have gemstones and silver beads tastefully added to highlight the beautiful rich red color of the Coral.

Tommy Singer Navajo Bamboo Coral Necklace

Tommy Singer Navajo Bamboo Coral Necklace
Finished with Sterling Silver Cone ends
and with a signature tag stamped
"T. SINGER BAMBOO CORAL"

Length
31" end to end
Diameter
3/8" to 1/2" approximate width of beads
Stones
Handmade beads of turquoise, spiny oyster, howlite, lapis, tiger eye and more.
Artist
Tommy Singer, Navajo

Authentic Tommy Singer Navajo
Bamboo Coral Necklace
$900 SOLD

See Heishi Necklaces

See Chains, Collars, Cables, Beads

 

Tommy Singer Navajo Bamboo Coral Necklace

The gemstones that finish off this stunning necklace include Turquoise, Spiny Oyster, Howlite, Tiger Eye, Lapis, and more.

Tommy Singer Navajo Bamboo Coral Necklace

The Seven Strands are gatherer together with two of Tommy Singer's signature 12K Gold Filled Navajo etched beads.

 

See Heishi Necklaces

See Chains, Collars, Cables, Beads

 

Return Policy    Necklaces   Main Jewelry Page

Who is Tommy Singer?

Known world wide for his silver work, chip inlay and necklaces, Tommy Singer pieces are highly collectible and sought after. The Tommy Singer family has been involved in silversmithing, stone and beadwork for a very long time, handing the art down from one generation to another. Tommy Singer grew up on in the community of Dilcon on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona and has been attributed as the first Native American artist to use chip inlay. This is where a silver piece is decorated with turquoise or coral chips. (See this bracelet for an example of chip inlay.)

What is heishi?

Heishi means shell and in the past, referred to pieces of shell that have been drilled and hand rolled or ground into bead shapes and strung as necklaces. With the reduced availability of some shell materials, the modern Native American artists also use hand made beads of other natural materials including stones when making heishi necklaces. Read more about heishi.

American Indians                                About Silver                                   About Stones     

Home | BooksArticles | Shopping | View Cart | Contact | Site Map | Search

  2008 Cherry Hill   Copyright Information