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Phillip and Lenore Garcia, Navajo
Small Onyx Squash Blossom
Necklace and Earrings Set
HK Item #SQ05

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Authentic Native American Navajo Small Onyx Squash Blossom Necklace by Phillip and Lenore Garcia

Authentic Native American Navajo Small Onyx Squash Blossom Necklace by Phillip and Lenore Garcia

Earrings 1 1/4" long including wires.

Authentic Native American Navajo Small Onyx Squash Blossom Necklace by Phillip and Lenore Garcia

Naja is 1 1/2" tall x 1 1/2" wide.

Authentic Native American Navajo Small Onyx Squash Blossom Necklace by Phillip and Lenore Garcia

8 squash blossoms.

Phillip and Lenore Garcia, Navajo
Small Onyx Squash Blossom
Necklace and Earrings Set

SQ05 - $595 plus s/h
(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

size
17" long necklace end to end;
1 1/2" tall x 1 1/2" wide naja;
8 mm dia. bench beads;
earrings 1 1/4" long including wires
weight
51 grams
materials
onyx, Read about stones;
sterling silver, read about silver
hallmarks
stamped: PG Sterling
artist
Phillip and Lenore Garcia, Navajo

Authentic Native American Navajo Small Onyx Squash Blossom Necklace by Phillip and Lenore Garcia

Authentic Native American Navajo Small Onyx Squash Blossom Necklace by Phillip and Lenore Garcia


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Authentic Native American Navajo Small Onyx Squash Blossom Necklace by Phillip and Lenore Garcia

17" long end to end.  Sterling silver cone ends with hook and loop.

Squash Blossom Symbolism

Corn, squash and beans are the traditional mainstays of the southwestern diet, culture and symbolism and are used in many ways in art and ceremony. The squash blossom represents abundant life. Read more . . .

What is the Naja Symbol?

The horseshoe shaped naja originated with the Moors in Spain. It is a good luck charm to ward off the evil eye. It was often used on the browband of Moorish Horses. It is thought that it came to Mexico via the Spanish Moors and from there was adopted by the Navajo Indians. The naja is the base pendant of many ornate squash blossom necklaces: read more . . .

What are Bench Beads?

Bench beads are partially manufactured and partially hand made. Usually the halves are machine cut and the silversmith solders the two halves together. Sometimes bench beads are left with a protruding seam but in other cases the seam is sanded down and polished smooth. Then the beads are strung by hand.

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