• Jon McCray' No. 8 Mine turquoise Navajo pendant, chain included. #2421

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    For those who want the best and are willing to pay for it.  Of course it's less here, don't 'ya agree?  The color of this rounded-top No. 8 Mine turquoise cab harkens back to the old, original, and still very-highly sought-after No. 8 turquoise mine that closed in the late seventies.  This isn't that (or it would be more expensive) but it's pretty darn close.  That seductive greenish tint in the hue is suggestive of the older stuff.  It's not surprising that Jon McCray would come-up with it—he's quite adept at choosing stellar stones.  Not counting the 3/8th's-inch inside diameter bale, this pendant is 1.75-inches long.  Counting the bale it is 2 and 3/8th's-inches long.  Width across the middle is 1 and 3/8th's-inches.  Weight is 28 grams, or .99-ounces.  It ships with an 18-inch, solid-Sterling box chain as a default, but a 20-inch is available at no extra cost.  Of course we have a myriad of burnished Sterling bead chains (aka "Navajo pearls") as well.  Hallmarked with a "J" fused into an "M," and a circle ringed with a smaller-font "JON McCRAY," and "I H M S S (Indian Hand Made Sterling Silver)."  Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.