Navajo, Silver and Turquoise Feather Necklace

Navajo, Silver and Turquoise Feather Necklace

74.99

Beautiful Navajo silver link chain necklace with two feathers dangling from a Turquoise stone. The stone has a silver rope work surround.

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‘925’ and the silversmith Raymond Delgarito’s hallmark are stamped on the reverse.

Feathers mean a lot to Native American Tribes. A feather isn't just something that falls out of a bird, it means much more. The feather symbolises trust, honour, strength, wisdom, power and freedom.

Specifications

Total Length: 48cm.

Pendant length: 5.1cm

Turquoise length: 1.5cm

Turquoise width: 1cm

Turquoise is hydrated copper and aluminum phosphate. To The Navajo, turquoise is viewed as a piece of the sky that has fallen to earth. Spiritually, turquoise is considered a stone of wholeness, promoting a sense of unity of the self and a oneness with all that surrounds us.