This baby satisfies like a long, cool drink of water in the desert. It was made by master Navajo silversmith Gilbert Tom, whom the Drifter has relied-on for many, many years to produce "cut-above" Native pieces. He was one of the first—if not the first—silversmith to rub the Sterling into a satin-like patina to create an aged, 'old-style' appearance. Now everybody is doing it. He added a fancy twist here by hand-stamping on top of already reverse-stamped "repousse'" Nice trick if one can pull it off. You be the judge. Also, all 12 of those triangular Kingman turquoise stones in this set compliment each perfectly. End-to-end, this lariat is 34-inches long. Adding to that measurement, the drop at the end adds another 3.5-inches to the length. Weight of the necklace is 129-grams, or 4.54. Nice. Hallmarked "Gilbert Tom" in cursive. Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S. International shipping is borne by the purchaser.