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Classic Sterling Navajo concho pawn necklace, with Sleeping Beauty turquoise.—SOLD!



SOLD!   That's right.  It IS hard to find things like this elsewhere.  It was acquired out of a pawn vault, but it's not real old—maybe 10 or 15 years.  A little before all the trendy stuff coming out nowadays.  It's all hand-stamped and took a while to complete.  Plus it has five attractive little Sleeping Beauty turquoise stones.  The two middle conchos are a little larger than the two top ones, and the single, bottom concho is appreciably larger than the other four conchos, at 2 and 3/8th's inches long by 1 and 7/8th's-inches wide.  It has hardy Sterling connectors between the conchos.  The Sterling beads are seamless and round.  The silver gauge of the conchos is not that thick—maybe 16-gauge, which is a pretty-good tradeoff.  Thicker gauge would make it more expensive, but perhaps too heavy to wear comfortably.  The weight of this necklace is 91.6-grams, or 3.23-ounces—which is a comfortable weight to wear around one's neck.  End-to-end length is 22-inches, which doesn't encompass the length of the last pendant. Thus, it will hang in a traditional manner approximately 10 to 11-inches down from the back of one's neck.  Hallmarked. Always complimentary shipping within the U.S,