Large (2.75-inch-long), thick Ray Jack pendant inlaid with spiney-oyster, black onyx, blue opal and Sterling stars. #1449

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Note:  This Ray Jack pendant is pictured with the optional 5mm, 22-inch burnished Sterling "Navajo pearl" beads, which may be substituted in lieu of the included 18-inch, Solid Sterling box chain, for an additional $111 if bought with this pendant.                            Ray Jack is the quintessential Navajo inlay artist. He is the father of Matthew Jack, also a by-now famous inlay artist in his own right. This is easily a $500 pendant.  It is not thin and flimsy.  It is a little-more than a quarter-inch thick.  The inlay is, as usual for Ray Jack, amazing.  The little nighttime stars are dots of Sterling silver. The bale is a piece of jewelry itself, complete with its own setting of orange spinet-oyster shell.  The pendant is pretty large, at 2.75-inches long (not counting the bale), and 1.75-inches across at the widest point.  Weight is quite respectable at 41-grams, 1.44-ounces.  Hallmarked "RAY JACK."  This is a nice addition to anyone's collection.  Complimentary Priority shipping within the U.S.