'Posting this on Mother's Day. It's a little late for a sale, and we don't do 'sales' anyway. But this pendant combined with the 20-inch, 4mm Sterling Navajo pearls priced at $299 is, indeed, quite a bargain. The combination should, at the very least, be a hundred dollars more, but, well…the Drifter is feeling a little mushy today. The pendant itself is made by a well-known Navajo silversmith (we've sorta backed-off publishing names here, since our silversmiths seem to be getting real popular with other dealers for some strange reason), and has the bottom area done in time-consuming repousse' and the rest in expert hand-stamping. And that expensive piece of Golden Hills turquoise is a show-stopper itself. Not counting the bale, the pendant is 1.5-inches long, and about 1.25-inches at the widest point. Weight without the pearls is 12-grams, or .42-ounces. Hallmarked with the maker's full name. Always complimentary shipping within the U.S.