This adorable pin/pendant created by Navajo silversmith Nelson Morgan is made of sterling silver with a hint of turquoise and features a finely and beautifully crafted Koshare. The Koshare, or symbol of the clown in many Native American cultures, is depicted beautifully in sterling silver, with a single turquoise stone resting just below its feet. The stone, set in a simple sterling silver bezel, contains portions of brown and golden matrix, and provides a pop of color to this fun piece of jewelry. The sterling Koshare in holding a drum and beater, also made of sterling silver, while its three-dimensional head features cut out, round eyes, as well as a round cutout at the smiling mouth. A sterling rope pattern necklace is placed at its neck, and it is stamped with various designs that, when combined, create clothing and moccasins along the Koshare’s body. 2 7/8″ long x 1 1/4″ wide. Hook bail is located behind the Koshare’s head, while pin rests vertically just below it.