Ray Jack is meticulous about creating inlay. Both he and his son, Michael, are renown for their inlay work. He specializes in nighttime scenes like that above, with lots of little Sterling silver 'stars,' and a prominent kachina figure in the scene. Not counting the bale, the pendant is 2 and 5/8th's-inches long. It is 1.5-inches across at the widest point. It is not thin and flimsy, rather, it is nearly 3/8th's-inches thick. Weight is a respectable 42.6-grams, or 1.5-ounces. Hallmarked "RAY JACK" in all caps. It ships with an 18-inch, solid Sterling silver box chain (about a $40 retail value). It is pictured here with an optional 8mm, 20-inch burnished Sterling Silver Navajo "pearl" bead chain—which can be substituted for the box chain for an additional $160—which is a $19 savings over our regular price for these beads. Call or text if you wish to exercise this option, and we will adjust the online price to the Navajo pearl beads. Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S. only.