Vintage Southwest Native American Navajo Artist Chris Billie Sterling Silver Turquoise Necklace PendantVintage Southwest Native American Navajo Artist Chris Billie Sterling Silver Turquoise Necklace PendantVintage Southwest Native American Navajo Artist Chris Billie Sterling Silver Turquoise Necklace PendantVintage Southwest Native American Navajo Artist Chris Billie Sterling Silver Turquoise Necklace PendantVintage Southwest Native American Navajo Artist Chris Billie Sterling Silver Turquoise Necklace PendantVintage Southwest Native American Navajo Artist Chris Billie Sterling Silver Turquoise Necklace Pendant

Vintage Southwest Native American Navajo Artist Chris Billie Sterling Silver Turquoise Necklace Pendant.

This is a beautiful and massive vintage Southwest Native American pendant by Navajo artist Chris Billie. It is sterling silver accented with a striking turquoise stone inlaid with small pieces of coral. The bezel has pierced work that resembles corn stalks and Navajo patterns. Any darkness in the pictures are from reflections and are not imperfections. The silver has an amazing patina that only age can accomplish. Billie's work is highly sought after.

Signature: KRS STERLING

Measurements: 1 5/8" Long x 1 7/8" Wide x 8.3mm Thick.

Weight: 45.7 grams

Condition: Good vintage condition. There are some chips to the tops of the coral inlay and there is a small crack to the turquoise. All stones are still securely in their settings.

Item ID: ECR-770


Gender: Unisex, Age Group: Adult, Color: Silver, Size: n/a

Vintage Southwest Native American Navajo Artist Chris Billie Sterling Silver Turquoise Necklace Pendant

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