Created in the signature style of her late husband, Tommy, whose work she continued to create upon his death, this necklace by Navajo silversmith Rosita Singer features multiple stones and stunning sterling silver overlay. The piece showcases predominantly sterling silver, with two elongated sterling panels shaped to form feathers and overlaid with weather patterns. These attach to the piece’s centerpice, which is a rectangular sterling panel overlaid with additional traditional weather and feather patterns and set at the center with a single turquoise nugget in a simple sterling silver bezel. The remainder of the necklace, just above each feather, is strung with turquoise and sterling silver beads, as well as purple and blue marble beads and square sterling panels appliqued with sterling silver dots. Necklace is finished with a hook and eye closure. 19 3/4″ from end to end, not including pendant length. Pendant measures 2″ long x 1 1/2″ wide. Total necklace length including pendant is 21 3/4″.