Turquoise Inlay Buffalo Pendant
Each pendant piece is a unique inlay turquoise "buffalo" bison striking silver pendant.
Native American Artist: David RosalesDavid Rosales Designs also known as the Supersmith Collection, offers a selection of some of the highest quality Native American jewelry available in the Southwest. Nationally renowned designer and founder, David Rosales, is one of the finest contemporary southwest designers in the world today. Born and raised in Gallup, NM, David has been a part of the Native American community all of his life. He started working and learning this trade in 1984. After gaining knowledge of the business over the years, he decided to start his own endeavor. In 1997, David, along with his cousin John Delgado, partnered to become Supersmith Inc. The designs and color combinations are constantly changing and evolving to meet the needs of this growing and popular industry. David is always looking for new ways to be different, exciting, and new. He believes that the quality of work being done here is what truly sets him apart from the rest. Handcrafted in Gallup, New Mexico by our extremely talented Native American Craftspeople from the Navajo and Zuni Tribe.
- Stirling silver
- weighs 40 oz
- pendant measures 1.5″ x 1.25″
- Made in the USA
Kingman Turquoise: Claimed as “any rich looking turquoise”, the vast majority of these royal rocks hail from the Kingman mine in AZ - one of the oldest and highest-producing mines in North America.
Sonoran Gold Turquoise: A gorgeous blending of greens, blues, yellows, and golden hues - this turquoise is unmatched in its range of hues and complexity. Sonoran Gold turquoise is found in Sonora mines in Mexico, where it gets its name.
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