Note: These are priced per necklace. Call or text prior to purchase to signify which necklace you prefer. We've sold a couple of hundred of these. Most were prior to Tommy Singer's passing and had the authentic brass tag hallmarked "T.SINGER." There are 21-inch and a 28.5-inch versions. These are the longer, 28.5-inch versions and are now made by Tommy's widow Rosita and immediate family members--hallmarked "T&R Singer." They are exactly the same as Tommy's original barrel bead necklaces except for the hallmark. And that hallmark is now stamped on both barrel beads instead of the brass tags Tommy used prior to his passing to the other side. Interestingly, we've seen these T&R Singer pieces advertised online as being made by Tommy Singer himself. Not true. Don't be fooled. IMHO, though, these T&R Singer' gold-fill and Sterling silver barrel-bead necklaces remain the best value for the buck in Native American jewelry. The turquoise is all real—as are the rest of the stones. The ones pictured here are early incarnations of the family's T&R Singer-brand barrel bead necklaces, acquired from Rosita herself by the Drifter within a year of Tommy's passing in 2014. The cost of all the materials used here has substantially risen during the ensuing ten years. I would expect recent incarnations of these strikingly attractive necklaces to be much more expensive elsewhere. They are certainly worth whatever one pays. The barrel beads are 1/2-inch wide; the smallest turquoise beads at each end are 3/8th's-inches, and the largest beads at the bottom of the loop average 5/8th's-inch wide. Weight for the one we weighed is 152-grams, or 5.38-ounces. Hallmarked "T&R Singer" on the barrel beads. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S. UPDATE: The necklace on the far-right just SOLD!