Handcrafted by Sheila Becenti, exclusively for our store, this inverted crescent shaped pendant is called Naja by the Navajo Native American Indians. It was created with sterling silver and a Boulder Turquoise stone in the center. Add your own chain or beaded necklace for a unique, Southwestern style that you are going to love! This one of a kind pendant is a beautiful work of Native American art.
The Naja symbol is held in very high esteem by the Navajos as well as other Native peoples. It is often found on squash blossom necklaces. The Naja was used in traditional Navajo jewelry as protection against evil, as decoration, and a sign of wealth & power.
Signed: S, Sheila Becenti, Navajo Native American artist
Boulder Turquoise stone measures 9/16" by 3/8"
Pendant Measures: 2 5/8" including the bale by 1 1/2" wide
Bale opening is 8 mm
Weighs: 25 grams
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