Description: This piece is from a collector’s estate, who collected Native American jewelry and Art from 1960-2000’s. It is preowned and in excellent condition.
This specific piece is home and comes with a 2001 3rd Place Ribbon from the esteemed New Mexico State Fair (photographed).
Tommy Jackson is the son of Martha & Gene Jackson of Chinle, Arizona. His parents handed down their trade to Tommy who excelled in all areas of Fine Handmade Native American Jewelry that blessed him with many awards of high accolades. Pieces involve Silver & Gold elements with some pieces honoring the past early Navajo Silversmith types as well as evolved pieces that are more modern today, some with intricate inlaid designs.
Tommy obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Early Education from the University of Arizona. In addition, as his parents, he also taught his craft to many of the current Native American Silversmiths. Tommy currently resides in Ganado, Arizona with his family.
Material: Sterling Silver, Mediterranean Coral
Dimensions: Necklace chain is 28" long (Inlaid Barrels are 1/2" x 3/4" and the Navajo Rondelle Pearls are 3/8" wide).
Main pendant is 1-7/8" x 5".
Weight (in grams): 229.8