Here is an older example of Native American workmanship, dating from the early twentieth century. Pins like this were made by the Navaho to be sold in the gift shops of Fred Harvey's hotels across the Southwest. This one has engraved designs in the background, four groups of crossed arrows, and three bezel-set cabochon turquoises that have become greenish with age. The back is marked "sterling." The pin is 2 7/8" long by 7/8" wide and is in excellent original condition. There is a functional safety catch. This is a pretty, eye-catching piece with delicacy of workmanship.