Navajo Sterling Silver Reversible Pendant

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Merle House - Navajo Sterling Silver
Reversible Stone Inlay Pendant
HK Item #NP357

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Native American Navajo  Sterling Silver reversible inlay pendant

Two sides of the same pendant.

Size
1 7/8" long including bail
1/2" wide at the bottom
1/4" bail
Materials
Mother of pearl, turquoise, jet, jasper, lapis lazuli, Read about stones
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Artist
Merle House, Navajo

Native American Navajo  Sterling Silver reversible inlay pendant

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Merle House - Navajo Sterling Silver
Reversible Stone Inlay Pendant

NP357
$125 plus s/h

(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

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Paula says -

"I was so glad when we found this reversible pendant by Merle House - it is amazing!

"One side has an intricate inlay of a Navajo Night - the hogan nestled under a star- studded (sterling silver stars) and moonlit (turquoise moon) black (jet) sky. Wonderful inlay using jasper, jet, turquoise and sterling silver.

"The reverse side features dazzling lapis lazuli and mother of pearl inlay. The pendant is encased in sterling silver with heavy raindrops at the bottom."

Native American Navajo  Sterling Silver reversible inlay pendant

(Sterling silver cable shown is not included.)

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Merle House Jr. is from the Ganado, Arizona area and is in his twenties. He has been learning silversmithing and stone inlay work from his father-in-law, award winning Navajo silversmith Ervin P. Tsosie.

Ervin Tsosie's work is highly regarded and sought out worldwide. He hand cuts gemstones and other materials such as jet, coral, lapis, malachite, turquoise and makes intricate murals based on ceremonial and mythical figures.

Ervin's son-in-law, Merle House creates his own designs but the similarity in the style of the work is unmistakable. It is as if he is filling a blank canvas with intricate strokes of stone, very much like his mentor.


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