Hand-crafted in the traditional cluster technique of the Pueblo Peoples, this vintage piece is anything but. Sterling silver and natural turquoise cabochons are uniquely set in a three-inch diameter pendant and matching collar wings- all suspended from Navajo chain links.
Juliana Williams is a Navajo silversmith based out of Gallup, New Mexico. Her work has been featured in Mademoiselle's Magazine.
Signed, JW, Sterling, this one-of-a-kind piece dates to 1993.
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