A single, large, triangular turquoise stone creates the focal point of this unique Navajo pendant by silversmith Bennie Ration. The stone, set in a simple sterling silver bezel, contains concentrated portions of light brown matrix and is bordered at the base by a sterling silver rope pattern. The remainder of the top portion of the piece is completed by a thin sterling band surrounding stone and rope pattern, appliqued with two rows of sterling silver dots and stamped with scallop designs. Hanging from the stone is a detailed sterling silver feather, stamped with flowing fine lines and cut out strategically to give it a more life-like appearance. 4″ long including bail x 1 1/8″ wide.