Two-inch hand-picked colorful White Buffalo Navajo hand-stamped pendant with repousse' by Robert Shakey. #1603 (Shown with optional 5mm, 22-inch burnished Navajo "pearls")

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 Note:  The above pendant ships with an included 18-inch, solid Sterling silver box chain.  The pictured 5mm, 22-inch Navajo "pearl" bead chain may be substituted for $111 additional.  Call, text or e-mail prior to purchasing to exercise this option, and we will adjust the price above to reflect the change. 

This is a strikingly-attractive old-style patina pendant with a colorful White Buffalo stone hand-picked by the Drifter.  It is two-inches long, not counting the bale.  It's 1 and 3/8th's-inches across at the widest point.  Copper and iron-ore within the White Buffalo give it a colorful and interesting matrix.  The silver work is also exquisite.  Robert Shakey and  Gilbert Tom's work share a certain similarity.  That's because they often work side-by-side.  They do wide-flange silver work, with crisp, deep hand-stamping—and they both have taken-to capping everything off with well-placed, reverse-stamped repousse'.   Here, the bale has outstanding hand-stamping as well.  Weight of the pendant is 23.1-grams, or .81-ounces.  Hallmarked "ROBERT SHAKEY."  Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S.