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It pays to pick the stones beforehand. Takes a while to then get these made, but it gives the Drifter an excuse to hang-out out West and run around the countryside on a never-ending scavenger hunt for the holy grails of Native American jewelry. Master Navajo silversmith Gilbert Tom did a great job of hand-stamping and scalloping the edges of the Sterling here. This amazing lariat is almost 34-inches end-to-end, but with the two extra pendants in the middle it hangs approximately 24-inches long from the back of the neck. The largest pendant at the bottom is 2.5-inches long (not counting the bale) and 1 and 5/8th's-inches wide. Hallmarked, "Gilbert Tom."