SOLD! "Keep your arms and hands inside your vehicle and please don't feed the buffalo." When Tommy Singer designed this beautiful pendant a half-century ago, he probably wasn't thinking of the national parks' buffalo. He likely envisioned the buffalo of yesteryear that roamed his homeland for hundreds of years and provided Native peoples their needs. He was fond of the buffalo. He even fashioned a large white, metal buffalo (2nd photo) he erected near his childhood hogan (3rd pic) and the home he later constructed next to that hogan. The bear pictured above was made using the same design template and tools used by Tommy's journeyman hands so many years ago—this time by his widow and his daughter (4th pic), and his son-in-law. It has a convex, outwardly curved design. It's not just a flat piece of silver. The gold is gold-fill—not gold plated. Gold-fill will never wear off. It is 1 and 7/8th's-inches wide and 1 and 3/8th's-inches tall (not counting the bale). The bale has an inside diameter of a full half-inch, so it will accommodate some good-sized Navajo 'pearl' beads. It ships with the 18-inch, solid Sterling silver box chain in the photo. Hallmarked "T&R Singer." Did I mention we only have one of these (like nearly all of our offerings!)? Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S., while international shipping cost is borne by purchaser.