Ah, a real lariat necklace. True lariat necklaces are, uh, long. Those little short things some people call lariats are actually frayed knots (or, afraid not)! End-to-end, this baby is 34 and one-half inches long. And that doesn't even count the 5.5-inch drop created by the last two pendants, which adds that much to the hang length! Go long or go home! Robert Shakey rubbed the Sterling here into a satiny, 'old-style' patina, which tends to emphasize the 14 luscious ribbon turquoise stones that the Drifter had chosen earlier. Add to the mix two perfectly matching earrings which the Drifter called on Gilbert Tom to make to match the lariat necklace his friend Robert had created—thus creating the 'set.' Expect to pay a lot more elsewhere for a comparable real Navajo lariat set like this. Weight of the necklace is 131-grams, or 4.63-ounces; weight of a single matching earring is 7.3-grams, or .26-ounces. Each earring is 1 and 3/8th's-inches long and .75-inches wide. This offering is a lot of bang for the buck. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.