We've never met Albert Jake but have admired his work for decades. It's found at higher-end shops and shows, and priced accordingly. He was born in 1959 on the Zuni reservation, but creates very traditional, Navajo-style pieces with an attention to detail. He's known for his extra-fine hand-stamping—as seen in the eye-catching pendant above. This pendant contains a striking Turquoise Mountain cabochon with beautiful spider-web copper matrix. It is 1.75-inches long—not counting the roomy bale that will accept up to 3/8th's-inch beads. Near the base it is 1 and 3/8th's inches across. Weight of this pendant is 20.7-grams, or .73-ounces. Hallmarked "A. Jake." It ships with an 18-inch, solid Sterling silver box chain, but the pictured 4mm, 24-inch burnished Sterling bead chain (Navajo "pearl") is an option in lieu of the box chain for an additional $99-- when bought with the pendant. Call or text prior to purchasing, and we will adjust the posted price accordingly. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping.