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Navajo Lapis and Silver Necklace
Item #48416
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Designed by renowned Navajo silversmith Tommy Singer (deceased), and handmade by his wife, Rose. This gorgeous Navajo Lapis and Silver Necklace presents 10 and 12mm lapis orbs interspersed with turquoise chips and sterling silver cylinders, wave-etched rectangles, and Bali spacers. Sterling silver cones, hook clasp. Handmade in the U.S.A. Natural stone variations will occur.
Evocative of Navajo lapis and sterling jewelry curated by our National Museum of the American Indian.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
By jewelry addict
IA
April 21, 2017
5.05
"I really did not need any more Navajo jewelry, but I could not resist one last piece by Thomas Singer. And I am pleased."
By Katie K.
Denver
April 14, 2017
5.05
"I have another mostly turquoise Tommy Singer necklace I purchased many years ago in Scottsdale. I was so happy to see a lapis version that is this beautiful and stunning. Thank you, Smithsonian Store!"
By April
Fort Worth Tx
March 08, 2017
5.05
"Beautiful and heavy"