Not for the faint-hearted. This snazzy, electrifying Navajo lariat will color your world and mesmerize those nearby. End-to-end it is 38-inches—not even counting the five-inch final drop pendant and its three trailing pendants attached to it. It should hang 22 or 23-inches down from the back of one's neck to the bottom of the last pendant. Phillip Yazzie incorporated six different-type stones—most as matching pairs—and he thoughtfully wrote the types on the back of the lariat. In descending order they are: Morenci turquoise; Lapis; Ocean jasper; Kingman turquoise; Bumblebee jasper, and Pilot Mountain turquoise. Nice. The big pendant in the drop is 2.75-inches long and 1 and 5/8th's-inches wide. This is a big, serious true Native-American lariat necklace. It weighs 222-grams, or 7.83-ounces. Hallmarked "PY." Complimentary same-day (if ordered by 1 p.m. CST) USPS tracked Priority shipping within the U.S.