Navajo silversmith Rosita Singer, who continues on creating jewelry in the style of her late, well-known husband, Navajo silversmith Tommy Singer, created this vibrant necklace using turquoise, colorful beads, and gold fill and sterling silver overlay. The piece showcases predominantly turquoise, occasionally broken up by round beads in varying sizes and colors, including brown, white, purple, and red, as well as with sterling silver beads and cylinders, along with discs dotted with appliqued sterling dots. Just before the single strand necklace separated into three strands, it is strung with large sterling silver cylinders overlaid in gold fill with step patterns. Necklace is finished with a hook and eye closure. 30″ from end to end.