Navajo artisan Jon McCray makes Tonka-truck-like jewelry. Heavy duty. Take a look at the second pic above. The Sterling backing plate on this pendant is almost an eight-inch thick! Nice, very nice. McCray's not shabby about picking-out his stones, either. This is a luscious-looking piece of turquoise. The Sterling patina he employs here is a lightly-rubbed old-style. 'Sort of satiny. If this piece was made as a bolo tie rather than a pendant, the Drifter would be wearing it right now. H,mmm. Not counting the bale it is 1 and 7/16th's-inches long, and it is a hair over 1.25-inches wide. Weight of this pendant is 21.4-grams, or .75-ounces. And, it ships with an 18-inch, solid Sterling box chain. Hallmarked with an artsy "JM" stamp, as well as the name "JON McCRAY" in very tiny size font. Complimentary USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.