3 Strand Navajo Pearl Necklace of Sterling Silver Beads by Debbie Silversmith
You'll be dripping in handmade sterling silver beads, 3 strands of them, painstakingly handmade, for this elegant Navajo pearl necklace by Debbie Silversmith.
As her name suggests, Navajo jeweler Debbie Silversmith has a way with silver. It's in her blood! If you didn't already know she's the granddaughter of legendary Navajo artist Kenneth Begay. How's that for incredible heritage.
Besides 3 strands of 1/2" diameter sterling silver beads, the necklace has sterling silver decorative triangular end panels with hammered backs and connecting hooks. This means you can wear it with the panels at the back of the necklace as a clasp or on the side of the necklace for a little something extra.
The piece was originally purchased in 2000. The longest strand measures 17 1/4" from end to end. The middle strand measures 14 1/2" from end to end, and the shortest strand measures 12 1/2" from end to end. The piece is signed Debbie over a stylized hogan.
Ask about our Debbie silversmith silver earrings, which look amazing with the necklace.
- 3-strand sterling silver beaded necklace
- Entirely Handmade beads
- By Navajo jeweler Debbie Silversmith (granddaughter of Kenneth Begay)
- Dates circa 2000
- Longest strand measures 17 1/4"
- Beads measure 1/2" diameter
- Hallmarked on reverse