Naja Pendant with Turquoise by Derrick Gordon - Imagine this gorgeous pendant on your favorite chain or leather, an arrestingly beautiful piece! The balance of smooth broad expansive silver and minute attention to detail is really evident in this Naja pendant, designed and made by famous Native artist Derrick Gordon here in the southwest, USA. Stamped with the artist's name on back. Measures 1-3/4" wide x 1-7/8" tall. An oval of highly matrixed turquoise sits at center.
Derrick Gordon began creating jewelry at age 19 and was taught by his famous uncle, Delbert Gordon. He is known for his excellent repoussé sterling silver jewelry but his pieces often include hand stamping and carefully considered detailing and oxidizing. His work is of the highest quality.
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