This isn't a five, six or seven-stone 'pendant' necklace posing as a Navajo lariat. It's the real deal. And it's made—and hallmarked—by Navajo master silversmith Robert Shakey. End-to-end length, which doesn't take into account the 5.5-inch final four-pendant drop, is 27.5-inches. It should hang about 17-inches down from the back of one's neck, but can be made shorter by hooking it any of 11 links (of 22) on the heavy-duty Sterling chain. The necklace weighs 151-grams, or 5.32-ounces. Although the turquoise resembles No. 8 Mine somewhat, Robert assures me it's premium Kingman Mine with interspersing polished copper matrix. Nice. Wear it with the last rays before sunset illuminating it—while whale watching this time of year from your balcony on the western edge of Lahaina. Don't worry; be happy! Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S—including Hawaii.