Mary Ann Spencer' Royston turquoise Navajo pendant. SOLD! #1845

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SOLD!  This deep green Royston stone is hard to photograph (or maybe I'm not a very good photographer!).  The dark color picks up the slightest reflection—like that running down the top left edge of the stone.  That streak is not present otherwise.  Anyway, Mary Ann Spencer is known for her detailed silverwork, and this is no exception.  Her work is very precise.  Here, the bale itself is a work of art.  But it's the deep green, mysterious Royston stone that captures one's eye.  This piece is a bargain at the above price due to the highly increased cost of Royston turquoise.  Not counting the bale, this beauty is 1 and 7/8th's-inches long, and it is 1.25-inches at the widest point.  Weight of the pendant is 22-grams, or .77-ounces.  The generous bale has an inside diameter of a little over a half-inch.  Plenty of room for Navajo pearls.  NOTE:  The 5mm, 16-inch burnished Sterling Navajo "pearls" in the pic above are NOT included in the price.  The pendant is priced with no chain.  The pictured 'pearls' can be added for $105 if bought at the same time as the pendant (for a total price of $340).  Text or e-mail PRIOR to purchase if you wish to add the 'pearls.'  It is hallmarked "M.SPENCER."  Always complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S. International shipping cost is borne by purchaser.