SunFace Pueblo Fine Inlay Necklace Ring Set Navajo Artisan Calvin Desson NAN-1447

$690.00
SKU:
NAN-1447
Condition:
New
Necklace Length:
18 Inch (adjustable to 19 Inch)
Overall Length Center Piece:
2 Inch (excluding attachment rings)
Overall Width Center Piece:
1 Inch (excluding attachment rings)
Side Pieces:
1 1/4 Inch (excluding attachment rings)
Chain:
Handmade Sterling Silver
Ring Size:
7 1/2
Ring Setting:
1 1/4 Inch

SunFace Pueblo Scene Fine Inlay Turquoise Jewelry Necklace matching Ring Set by Navajo Artisan Calvin Desson NAN-1447. The Center focal point of this exquisite three piece Necklace is a SunFace Kachina with Pueblo scene showcasing two large vessels (vases), Hogan and blue mountain majesty against a Turquoise Sky invoking a celebration or gathering. The two side pieces blend in color and stone perfectly outlining the SunFace with Sun Rays. An Heirloom in the making...what a wonderful Wedding Day gift!

Stones are meticulously cut so precise one might assume it was painted. The brilliant Silver work completes this wonderful Folk Art Jewelry Set with star stamping strategically placed. This beautiful Necklace set would be cherished by any collector and would also make a meaningful Bridal gift....truly an heirloom in the making meant to be passed from generation to generation.

Mr. Desson is a master at detail. This Necklace is 18 Inch and adjustable by 1/2 inch increments to 19 Inch via two rings added to the Handmade chain with simple hook for closure. Ring is a Size 7 1/2 with the Star Stamping around the shank to match the Necklace.

Navajo Calvin Desson is a multi facet mostly self-taught Artisan in the truest sense. His very early days consisted of drawings inspired by his surroundings, life, culture and beliefs which we often call 'storytelling'. Daily life struggles took Mr. Desson down various roads to provide for his family. Although these times were likely very challenging, what emerged was an extraordinary talent now gifted to the world through his Jewelry Art. His contemporary works from Starry Nights to Abstract interpretation consists of intricate stone inlay encapsulated in Sterling Silver often depicting portions of the original drawings from his youth. Leaves one to also ponder if watching his father create Sand Paintings as a child led to this picture art in stone? Mr. Desson is Artisan, Lapidary, Silversmith and StoryTeller.