Necklace measures approximately 27-1/4" inside circumference, allowing the smaller side link to measure approximately 1-3/8" long, and 1-3/8" wide, and the larger side links to measure 2" long and 2" wide, while the center piece measures approximately 2-3/8" long and 2-3/8" at widest point. Matching post dangle earrings measure approximately 2-1/8" and 2-3/8" wide. The necklace weighs 94 grams.
Excellent craftsmanship is shown throughout this amazing necklace set! This Native American jewelry set is Navajo hand crafted by artist Eugene Charley, out of genuine sterling silver. Hand crafted silver work creates SEVEN adorable concho designs that make up the necklace for a gorgeous look. The necklace is stamped sterling and hallmarked by the artist. The earrings have a total of TWO concho designs (ONE in each earring) that perfectly match the necklace for an extraordinary finish to this set! The necklace is finished off with a toggle clasp.
Sterling Silver is a metal, which consists of 92.5 percent silver and 7.5 percent copper. Although any metal can make up the 7.5% of non-silver component, years of study have shown that copper is most compatible, while aiding the solidity and durability of the metal without harming its beautiful color. The small amount of 7.5% copper added to all silver has almost no effect on the metals overall value. Due to the durability of sterling silver it is not only used for jewelry, but household accessories as well. Silver is known to last a lifetime with the proper care.