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Sonoran Gold Turquoise is a brand new finding from the Sonoran area of Mexico in the city of Cananea. The mine is about a 35 minute drive from the Arizona boarder. Unique to this turquoise is the fact that it actually forms inside clay deposits as individual nuggets.This beautiful pendant featuring a very high grade Sonoran Gold Turquoise is set in a totally handmade and signed by Navajo artist T. O. (Tsosie) White. Pendant and bail is approximately 3 3 inches long by 1 3/4 inch wide and is crafted of solid sterling silver. The mounting is is completely hand wrought of solid Sterling Silver. The bail is floating and is large enough to accommodate any chain and most silver beads. This is a very exquisitely made pendant that will complement any collection , certain to become a family heirloom. Pendant is on an 20″ necklace made of different size Navajo Pearls separated by Turquoise beads. Necklace is removable so as to be worn separately. The earrings are approximately 1 1/3″ long ,shown on silver wires but may be converted to posts at your request