Turquoise and sterling silver combine to form this adorable, smaller scale naja necklace and earring set by Navajo silversmith Lenora Garcia. The naja of the piece features three sterling silver bands shaped to form the recognizable crescent and set with five turquoise pieces. The center band of the naja comprises a sterling rope pattern, while each stone is set in a sawtooth sterling silver bezel and surrounded by a sterling circle. Four additional turquoise pieces surrounded by silver are set along each side of a double beaded necklace to form each of the eight blossoms on the piece, with three pronged sterling blossoms protruding from the bottom of each. Necklace merges into a single strand of sterling silver Navajo pearls on each side just above the last of each blossom, and matching earrings feature turquoise and sterling mimicking those along the naja. Nekclace cannot be laid out flat from end to end more measurement. Measures 9 3/4″ from top to bottom for a presumable end to end length of about 20.” Earrings measure 1 1/8 long including French hook x 3/8″ wide.