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Lee Charley - Navajo Sterling Silver
Horned Frog Pins
HK Item #NPN494

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Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and turquoise horned frog pin pendant by Navajo Lee Charley

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and coral horned frog pin pendant by Navajo Lee Charley

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and lapis lazuli horned frog pin pendant by Navajo Lee Charley

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and turquoise horned frog pin pendant by Navajo Lee Charley - pin finding

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and turquoise horned frog pin pendant by Navajo Lee Charley - baclk view

Lee Charley, Navajo
Sterling Silver
Horned Frog Pin

NPN494 - $189 each plus s/h

A - turquoise     
 (ONLY ONE AVAILABLE) 
B - coral      
 (ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)
C - lapis lazuli      
 (ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)
size  
2" x 1 1/4"
material  
turquoise coral, lapis lazuli, Read about stones
sterling silver, Read about silver
hallmarks  
stamped: Sterling LC
artist
Lee Charley, Navajo

Paula says - "These are pins but they work perfectly as a pendant on a collar as shown below. They would also work with a chain, a domed omega or pinned onto a bead necklace."

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and turquoise horned frog pin pendant by Navajo Lee Charley - back view on collar

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and turquoise horned frog pin pendant by Navajo Lee Charley - on collar

Sterling silver collar not included.

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Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and turquoise horned frog pin pendant by Navajo Lee Charley - in hand

Similar pin in hand to show scale.

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The Horned Frog

The horned frog is also call horny toad, and horned lizard. The name comes from the lizard's flattened, rounded body and blunt snout, which make it resemble a frog or toad. It is the state reptile of Texas and, as the "horned frog", is the mascot of TCU, Texas Christian University.

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