Here's a little diddy we picked-up along old Route 66 somewhere. Too pretty to pass-up, but still trying to identify the stone. It's made by Leslie Nez—who is certainly no slouch—so it has to be something worthwhile. If you know what it is let us know. It's easily identifiable as a stone by using a louvre; perhaps a strain of sugilite. It's smithed quite nicely and comes with that 18-inch, solid Sterling silver box chain (about a $40 retail value). The pendant is 1.75-inches long, not counting the bale. Weight is 14-grams, or one-half ounce. Hallmarked "Leslie New." Complimentary Priority shipping within the U.S.