Carico Lake Turquoise Dragonfly Pendant Navajo Silver Jewelry by Ella Peter NAP-1461

Your Price: $260.00
SKU:
NAP-1461
Condition:
New
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Overall Length:
3 7/16 Inch (just shy of 3 1/2 Inch from Top of Bail)
Overall Width:
2 1/2 Inch wingspan
Bail Size:
max 12 Beads (best at 11mm or smaller)
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Large multi stone Carico Lake Turquoise Dragonfly Antique Sterling Pendant Native American Indian Silver Jewelry by Navajo Artisan Ella Peter. Beautifully detailed Pendant boasting 10 Carico Lake Turquoise cabochons in a variety of sizes and shading all presented against an antique satin finish Sterling Silver setting complimented with SunRay stamping, Silver Beads and Rope. Cabochon Stones measure approximately from 5mm rounds for the Antennae to 9 by 11mm. Pendant offers a large bail which can accommodate beads, chains or cords max up to 12mm (11mm or less would be best) and has an overall length of 3 7/16 inch (just under 3 1/2 inch) from top of bail and a wingspan of 2 1/2 inch at widest point across.

We show an image of this gorgeous Pendant with optional Kingman Turquoise Bead Necklace and Apple Coral with Turquoise Bead Necklace which may be purchased separately. This particular stock of Kingman Turuqoise Beads have a world of color range and as you can see collects the various blue/green to teal coloring in the Carico Lake Turquoise - quite a stunning combination. For a totally different and striking look, consider the Apple Coral Bead Necklace with offers accents of Kingman Turquoise which again brings out the Carico Lake coloring.

Dragonflies in general represent Life force and Transformation. Because they are of the water there is also a deeper connection to thoughts and dreams. 

Carico Lake Turquoise is named for its home on a dried-up lake bed in high, cool Lander County, Nevada. The clear, iridescent, spring green color is due to its high zinc content, and it is very unique. Carico Lake stones can also own dark blue-green color with a black spider web matrix. The colors and scarcity of Carico Lake make it a valuable addition to any collection.