Navajo reversible Bear Pendant with Campitos Turquoise, Sugalite and Cultured Opal by Supersmith 0/57

$420.00
This lovely medicine bear pendant hosts Campitos turquoise, purple Sugalite and Cultured Opal. The design was created by meticulous cuts of the stones to fit together into this stunning geometric design. The pendant is reversible and the other side is all silver with a heart line. This pendant was created by Navajo and Zuni artists from Gallup, New Mexico. It was designed my David Rosales, the owner Supersmith. Lovely!

DETAILS:
Artist: Navajo and Zuni artists from Gallup, New Mexico
Size: Bear 1 1/8" + 1/2" bale x 1 1/2" wide
11.1 Grams
Materials: Campitos Turquoise, Purple Sugalite and Cultured (man made) Opal
Condition: New

CAMPITOS TURQUOISE
Mined in Mexico from the Pino Chueco and Cananea mines in Sonora, Campitos Turquoise was mined extensively in ancient times. There is evidence of trade with Native American peoples. It grows in clay as free-form nuggets, rather than as veins, which is typical of many North American turquoises. Its color is said to most closely resemble Sleeping Beauty Turquoise, and ranges from a light to medium blue, occasionally with pyrite inclusions, giving it a bit of sparkle. A lovely, hard stone with beautiful color and matrix, Campitos is a favorite for jewelry artisans. The mine as we know it today has been producing since the 1980's. Campito in Spanish is a derivative of the word “campo”, meaning “field” or “countryside”.

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$420.00
This lovely medicine bear pendant hosts Campitos turquoise, purple Sugalite and Cultured Opal. The design was created by meticulous cuts of the stones to fit together into this stunning geometric design. The pendant is reversible and the other side is all silver with a heart line. This pendant was created by Navajo and Zuni artists from Gallup, New Mexico. It was designed my David Rosales, the owner Supersmith. Lovely!

DETAILS:
Artist: Navajo and Zuni artists from Gallup, New Mexico
Size: Bear 1 1/8" + 1/2" bale x 1 1/2" wide
11.1 Grams
Materials: Campitos Turquoise, Purple Sugalite and Cultured (man made) Opal
Condition: New

CAMPITOS TURQUOISE
Mined in Mexico from the Pino Chueco and Cananea mines in Sonora, Campitos Turquoise was mined extensively in ancient times. There is evidence of trade with Native American peoples. It grows in clay as free-form nuggets, rather than as veins, which is typical of many North American turquoises. Its color is said to most closely resemble Sleeping Beauty Turquoise, and ranges from a light to medium blue, occasionally with pyrite inclusions, giving it a bit of sparkle. A lovely, hard stone with beautiful color and matrix, Campitos is a favorite for jewelry artisans. The mine as we know it today has been producing since the 1980's. Campito in Spanish is a derivative of the word “campo”, meaning “field” or “countryside”.

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