Kingman Turquoise Squash Blossom Necklace by EM Teller
Everett and Mary Teller are self taught Navajo silversmiths, designing and creating impeccable jewelry for over twenty years. Their work has been shown at the Heard Museum, Santa Fe Indian Markets, and can be found in assorted galleries devoted to fine turquoise jewelry.
This necklace is a sight to behold. Instead of a Naja at the center, there sits a version of a butterfly made from 11 pieces of Kingman turquoise. Up the sides, the traditional 'blossoms' are made of more Kingman turquoise pieces with Navajo 'Pearls' in between. The back of this necklace is truly special with more stamping on the back of the flat pieces. You'll want to add this piece to your collection immediately!
Length: 18" Width: 2 1/4"
Width of each side: 1 1/2"