• Four-stone turquoise pendant necklace by Navajo artisan Augustine Largo. SOLD! #2238a

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    SOLD!  Whoops, we forgot to put a quarter in the pic for scale.  We'll shoot another in a bit with it in the pic.  It's important to note that this is not a gimpy, choker-length necklace, with small, inconsequential pendants.  That bottom pendant here is a generous 2.25-inches long, and the two upper pendants are 1 and 7/8th's-inches long.  End-to-end length of this necklace is 23-inches, but the four-inch, two-pendant drop adds that amount to the overall 'hang' length.   Thus, this pendant necklace should hang about 13-to-14-inches down from the back of one's neck.  BTW, some sellers might erroneously call this a 'lariat' necklace. C'mon.   It sports a heavier-duty, thicker gauge Sterling link chain.  And those colorful Kingman Arizona turquoise stones are simply luscious.   As usual, a nice pendant necklace like this, made by a well-known Navajo silversmith, would likely be more expensive elsewhere. 'Check around.   Augustine is a favorite squash-blossom maker of ours (see 2nd pic).   Weight of this pendant necklace is 75-grams, or 2.65-ounces.  Hallmarked "AL."  Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.  Enjoy.