Eugene Mitchell Turquoise Naja Pendant
The traditional sandcast crescent shaped Naja pendant has been borrowed from the Moorish culture. Like a horseshoe, it symbolizes good luck. It is often found at the bottom of the classic squash blossom necklace. Navajo silversmith, Eugene Mitchell created this piece by carving the shape into sandstone and pouring molten sterling silver into it. A beautiful teardrop shaped Turquoise stone is bezel set with rope detail and drops from the center of the Naja. The hooked bail makes it easy to wear it on any size beads or chain. Add this wonderful piece of Native American jewelry to your collection.
Hallmarked "ES Mitchell" and stamped "Sterling".
3" in length.
2 1/2" in diameter.