From a Tucson estate is this compelling necklace strand of Navajo graduated sterling silver "pearls". The skillfully wrought neck ornament exhibits appropriate weight and visual charisma, making absolutely no concession regarding shortcuts in material or crafting technique. Length here is both versatile and exactly au courant - the bench crafted beads are large enough to make a statement, without drifting too far over that line.Obviously the product of an uncompromising artisan working within a traditional framework and by hand accomplished means, it in fact bears a silver signature disk showing "LY" - either Louise or Leo Yazzie. Use the pics to see that this is the real deal. If you believe that substance should be on an equal footing with style, then we are where we need to be. Weight is very good for the form at about 68.4 grams on my portable digital scale. Condition is quite fine with an aura of time to the gleaming silver surfaces.
Be aware I have done no "improving" or polishing, and there are no issues to mention - this must have been reserved for special occasion duty. The original silver hook and eye closure is present and ready for your requirements. A look at the pics should give a good idea of appearance and condition.
The largest bead is about 20mm, the smallest about 11mm. If you prefer quality in Navajo and Pueblo silver adornment and know what's what , or simply wish a single immediate improvement to the ambiance of each day, this will have great meaning for you. THIS IS LISTED AS U.The item "NAVAJO PEARLS STERLING GRADUATED BEAD NECKLACE LY VINTAGE TUCSON ESTATE" is in sale since Sunday, January 12, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Jewelry". The seller is "pooterpee" and is located in Tucson, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States.