Such a soothing, melancholy turquoise stone! No. 8 Mine turquoise is always high-echelon, but this an especially fine example. And there is none better than Gilbert Tom in creating an intricately-stamped, wide-flange 'old-style' patina bezel with which to frame this trophy stone. Gilbert even included four strategically-placed, reverse-stamped repousse' pieces as well. The Drifter chose well when he hand-picked this beauty. It ships with a complimentary 18-inch, solid Sterling silver box chain, but the buyer can move-up to the pictured 22-inch, 5mm burnished Sterling Navajo "pearl" chain for an additional $110 currently (the price of these silver bead chains fluctuates with the price of silver). Simply call or text to exercise this option. Not counting that nice, large bale the pendant is 2 and 3/8th's-long. At its widest it is a little oner an inch-and-a-half. Weight of the pendant alone is 26.5-grams, or .93-ounces. It has Gilbert's standard cursive hallmark: "Gilbert Tom." Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S. only. Nice.