Local silversmith Bernardo San Roman's beautiful zia pendant is approx 3.5" square, of solid sterling silver and turquoise. Large shepherd hook allows for safe easy attachment to your turquoise beads or Navajo pearls. Stone may vary per piece. We will send you a picture when item varies.
PLEASE NOTE: This is made-to-order item; we do not keep them in stock. Please contact us for the turnaround time, as it varies greatly.
Bernardo San Roman is a master jeweler, hailing from Zurich, Switzerland, now a northern New Mexico resident. He has been involved with jewelry since the age of 18. He specializes in custom designs made of silver and precious stones. He created these beautiful Zia pendants with easily adjustable Shepherd Hook clasps, based upon his great love for new Mexico.
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