If you missed buying something this nice at Santa Fe Indian Market last weekend for four or five grand, here's one for a wee bit less. We're going back to probably our favorite living Navajo artisan for this jewel—Gilbert Tom. His work is unmistakable, though copied a lot these days. This necklace is big, bold and beautiful—perfect for that autumn gala at the governor's mansion. End-to-end it is 29-inches long, which does not take into account the almost seven-inch drop the last two pendants add. This baby is a long, cool sip of champagne. It contains some of the most beautiful Kingman turquoise these old eyes have ever seen. It's not for the timid or weak. Weight is a very, very respectable 196-grams, or 6.91-ounces! Hallmarked "Gilbert Tom" in cursive stamp. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority box. Hell, we'll personally deliver it to the governor's mansion the night of the gala!