Introducing the stunning Silver & Golden Hills Turquoise Freshwater Pearls Pendant, a masterpiece handmade by the renowned Navajo silversmith, Erick Begay. This exquisite piece of jewelry is truly one-of-a-kind and is sure to add a touch of elegance to any outfit.
Crafted with the finest materials, this pendant features a beautiful combination of silver and golden hills turquoise, which is known for its unique blend of colors and stunning patterns. The freshwater pearls add a touch of sophistication and grace, making this pendant a perfect choice for any occasion.
Erick Begay's attention to detail and expert craftsmanship is evident in every aspect of this pendant. From the intricate silverwork to the carefully selected gemstones, every element has been carefully considered to create a truly breathtaking piece of jewelry.
Whether you're looking for a special gift for a loved one or simply want to treat yourself to something special, the Silver & Golden Hills Turquoise Freshwater Pearls Pendant is the perfect choice. Order now and experience the beauty and elegance of Erick Begay's stunning craftsmanship.
Erick Begay is a master silversmith and goldsmith with more than 37 years experience. He is an award winning artist that has multiple awards, including the Santa Fe Indian Market. His Family has been involved in Native American Jewelry for generations. His mother, Frances Begay, taught him the art of silversmithing, while she sold it in Santa Fe. He started making jewelry when he was eleven. When he turned 16 he became a full-time jeweler.
Erick only uses sterling silver, 14k gold, and the highest quality gemstones. You can rest assured that what his jewelry is 100% quality.
This piece is a stunning example of the artistry of the Navajo silversmith. Each piece is handmade out of sterling silver.
Chains that are photographed with the pendant are for illustration purposes, and are NOT included.
Material: Sterling Silver, Turquoise and Fresh Water Pearls
Dimensions: 1-1/2" x 3-7/8"
Weight (in grams): 24
Hallmark/Signature: Erick Begay and Sterling