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is backordered. We will ship it separately when it becomes available.
Debra Gasper's parents are Dinah Gasper and Peter Gasper Sr. (d). Teddy Weahkee (d) was Dinah's grandfather, an important and major Zuni Pueblo carver. Edna Leki (d) was also an iconic artist, daughter of Teddy and mother to Dinah. Debra's brother Peter Gasper Jr., also carries on in their family's rich carving tradition.
Carved from a beautifully subtle green fluorite said to calm the atmosphere, Debra Gasper's Turtle is gentle in presence and lovely in form. Sterling silver inlaid eyes reflect light in this approximate 1 3/4" long, 1" wide and 1" tall reptile wonder.
A rainbow of naturally bright colored stones and shells reside in this exciting sterling silver cluster work necklace by Elliot Coonsis. We're happy to welcome him to Keshi's website with his fabulous, all handmade work of wearable art.
Red coral, mother-of-pearl, malachite, jet, lapis, purple and orange spiny oyster shells, turquoise, sugilite and fluorite occupy this approximate 23" long necklace. Each silver bezel has been hand-cut to securely hug each rounded cabochon.
The silver chain is all hand-fabricated. The overall length of this scintillating necklace is about 23" long. The smaller medallion stations measure approximately 3/4" wide, while the larger medallion stations are about 1" long and 7/8" wide. The pendant part hangs at a lovely 2 1/2" long. A lobster claw clasp closure is located on the right side of the necklace's chain in an unusual and stylish presentation.