SOLD! NOTE: Price above is for pendant only. The pictured 5mm, 20-inch Sterling burnished Navajo 'pearl bead necklace is available as an option for an additional $100. Text or call and we'll adjust the price to include this option.
SOLD! Break out the big guns. Daniel "Sunshine" Reeves is at the top of the Navajo jewelry-making world. He won "Best of Show" at the famed and prestigious Sante Fe Indian Market—the only silversmith to do so. His work is in the blue-chip museums: the Heard; the Peabody. He's even displayed at Harvard University. And that world-famous Inter-Tribal Ceremonial—he won "Best of Show" there as well. This investment piece shouldn't last five minutes (but we know it probably will). Expect Reeves to put the cherry on top with a nice turquoise stone. Here, he chose a real Dry Creek turquoise stone that he must have been saving-back for something special. Not counting the roomy (5/8's-inch inside diameter) bale, this trophy piece is three inches long. It has a girth of 2 and 1/8th-inches. Weight is very respectable 58-grams, or 1.05-ounces. It's stamped on the back with the hallmark "SUNSHINE REEVES" in all caps. Heck, if the Drifter still went places, he'd keep this thoroughbred and wear it. Always complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S.