Authentic Native American Navajo Indian Hummingbird Pendant

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Hummingbird Pendant
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Authentic Navajo sterling silver hummingbird pendant by Richard Singer

Size
2 3/8" long including fixed bail;
2 1/4" wide
3/8" bail opening
Material
Sterling Silver Read about silver
Hallmarks
R. Singer with a feather
Artist
Richard Singer, Navajo

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Authentic Navajo sterling silver hummingbird pendant by Richard Singer

3/8" bail opening will accomodate a chain, cable, collar or small beads.

(Sterling silver collar shown is not included.)

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HUMMINGBIRD: Bringing love of life and its joys, bringing joy to others, finding the good in people, joining people together in relationships which bring out the best in them. Extreme adaptability in life's many situations and being able to see the true spirit of a situation. Hummingbird Medicine helps one adapt easily to whatever situation, making the most of new circumstances. Hummingbird Medicine is also inner joy, taking great pleasure in spreading joy and love and beauty to all around, the gift of taking that inner joy into new and different surroundings. Hummingbird brings love as no other medicine can. Follow Sister Hummingbird and you will experience a renewal of the magic and connection to Spirit.

What is Overlay?

Overlay pieces are made of two sterling silver layers. The bottom layer is a piece of solid sterling silver. The top sterling silver layer has a cutout design. The cutout is placed over the bottom layer and the two pieces are "sweated" together, that is heated so that they become one. The bottom layer (background to the cutout) is usually accented. The Navajo silversmiths oxidize the bottom layer which darkens it. Hopi silversmiths oxidize and etch the background (texturize it) with hash marks.

 

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