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Amazingly detailed sterling silver overlay work.
background of textured oxidized silver
A wonderful design.
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Paula says -
"This is a beautifully shaped horse head and to me it seems it is the horse's story...there is a person watching over the horse, perhaps opening a gate, coming to feed the horse. Also keeping the horse safe from two bears in the distance...but they are medicine shaped bears so are probably friendly anyway...a very nice horse dreaming story Of course it could be a shepherd watching over his flock as well."
The large 3/8" diameter stamped swinging bail means you can wear this piece with silver beads, a stone necklace, bead or treasure necklace, a collar, heavy chain, leather, anything.
Collar not included.
The Singer family has been involved in silversmithing, stone and beadwork for a very long time, handing the art down from one generation to another. Richard Singers's father, 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.
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