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Chaco Canyon Kingman Turquoise "Naja" Sterling Silver Pendant with 2-Strand 12-7/8" Leather Choker

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Chaco Canyon Kingman Turquoise "Naja" Sterling Silver Pendant with 2-Strand 12-7/8" Leather Choker
Your success, when it comes to accessorizing, is completely deserved. A leather choker shows you know how to take risks and pull off a look with grace. Vivid blue turquoise cabochons provide a confidence boost, and this classic Southwest design cinches the deal. But beauty is really in the way you wear it with this one. And you wear it well.

Design Information
  • Horseshoe-shaped sterling silver "naja" pendant has graduated, prong, set oval Kingman turquoise 

Good to Know
  • Moisture, skin oils and environmental factors can change the color of turquoise jewelry if left untreated. But stabilizing turquoise helps preserve the stone's normal color. Natural, mined turquoise nuggets are heated at a very low temperature for about a week, slowly drawing out moisture without damaging the texture. The stones are then placed into acrylic or polymer chemicals to replace water molecules. This stabilizes the stone and keeps its beauty and value intact.

  • Due to the composition and natural properties of mined gemstones, the product image may show slight differences to the actual stone in color saturation, tone, hue or other gemstone characteristics such as phenomena, color banding and color matrix.

 

  • Gemstones and pearls are sometimes treated to enhance their natural beauty. To learn more and find out about care instructions see details.

 

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Pendant Measurements: Approx. 1-7/8"L x 2"W
Metal Type: Sterling Silver
Metal Color: White
Metal Stamp: .925
Findings: Hidden bail
Finish: Oxidized, polished
Additional Features: Handcrafted
Country of Origin: USA
Packaging: Boxed

Chain Information

Chain Included: Yes
Chain Measurements: Approx. 12-7/8"L x 5/16"W with 3-1/8" extender
Chain Type: 2-strand leather choker
Findings: Hook clasp

Stone Information (all sizes and weights approximate)

Stabilized Kingman Turquoise: Oval (7x5mm, 8x6mm, 9x7mm, 8x10mm, 12x8mm); mined in USA

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Chaco Canyon Kingman Turquoise "Naja" Sterling Silver Pendant with 2-Strand 12-7/8" Leather Choker

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  • Beautiful

    Beautiful!

    Stacyeh, TX
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  • Needs a open and shut clasp

    It had no clasp to open. So can't used it on a different necklace. Also unable to tread leather necklace through the clask

    blackjack2160, TN
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  • What is with the choker chain?

    Mycolor was better on naja than the matching cuff, BUT....Why are we paying for a necklace that a small dog could not wear? Only the pendant is worth anything. Why can we never get pieces from you that match? Blue pendant and greenish cuff do not make it.

    staz66, FL
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Chaco Canyon Southwest Jewelry

Delve into the culture and heritage of Native American peoples with handcrafted jewelry from Chaco Canyon. Created in the Southwest region of the United States, this emblematic collection features silver and gemstone jewelry that symbolizes the spirituality of Native American artisans and silversmiths.
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