Nice, huh? This is another trophy out of our 'keeper' box. Notice how thick those stones are cut. They are cut thick and set deep (except the usual-thickness round center). It is a technique for which Navajo artisan Tommy Lowe—from the Arizona side of the 'Rez—is known. We may have one of his cluster cuffs left that also exemplifies his technique. 'Makes the jewelry look real sharp. We acquired it pre-owned eight or nine years ago, but Mr. Lowe only began making jewelry in '95 after he retired. It is actually two pieces in one. Notice in the second pic the clip pin for use as a brooch (uh, we're only charging for the pendant; you get the brooch for free). And, a nice 18-inch, solid Sterling silver box chain is included (about a $40 value). This piece is a uniform 2 and 7/8th's-inches across in diameter. Weight is 34-grams, or 1.20-ounces. Prominently hallmarked "TOMMY LOWE" and "NAVAJO." Any way 'ya wear it, be the belle o' the ball sporting this stunning piece. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S. Enjoy!