Sugilite is a royal purple stone that was discovered in 1949 and is rare. The highest grade of sugilite is called "jelly" and glows a brilliant purple when a light is shined through. There are many jelly sugilite beads in this necklace. This necklace is Navajo made with sterling silver accent beads and clasp. This is a real find!
Length: 18.5" long with a 2.75" extender with a sugilite bead at the end
Each line on this sterling silver feather pendant was etched by hand. The jeweler soldered a round ball of silver at the top which draws the eye upward. A sweet everyday pendant! Price reduced from $49.00 to $40.00.
Size: 2" L x .75" W
The eagle flies the highest and sees the furthest of all the birds. For some tribes, the eagle is the guardian of the sky world. Eagle feathers are sacred because the eagle takes our prayers to the Creator. Native American people receive feathers to honor them for acts of courage, bravery, and/or accomplishments.
These Navajo handmade, elongated triangle shaped earrings are inlaid with blue and green opal with streaks of red and purble, jet, and a thin line of sterling silver. They are set in sterling silver and hang on sterling silver wires. They are stamped E J on the back with a tipi in between the letters.
These sweetly delicate, traditional style Navajo earrings are set with bright blue turquoise and red coral. The setting between the coral and the turquoise has a detailed leaf on each side with two circles of sterling silver and three sterling silver balls between them. They dangle from sterling silver wires.