The arched body and face of the Rainbow Man Kachina of this sterling silver pin/pendant is inlaid with a variety of stones including some mother of pearl and turquoise. The Rainbow Man Kachina ( spirit God ) is bent over at the waist, arms dangling over his head and is wearing a hat of jet and mother of pearl. The kachina are Navajo "borrowed " from the Hopi's kat'sina. The other stones are coral or red shell and gold lip shell. Inlay was originally done by the Zuni and originally by the Italians who called it intarsia, but this Mexican artist is borrowing designs from all. The pin is stamped on the reverse Hecho de Mexico, .925, and has both a pin clasp and a ring for wearing on a necklace. The pin is approx. 1.25" wide and 1" long and in excellent condition with no missing stones or broken stones.