Reversible Horse Fetish Pendant Necklace

By Stewart & Priscilla Quandelacy

Animal: Horse, Material: Turquoise
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The matriarch of the large Quandelacy family, Ellen Quandelacy (d) had a one-of-a-kind talent all her own, from making amazing inlay jewelry to carving fetishes. Her Horses are super popular, hard to find yet easy to identify, thanks to her singular style. Only after Ellen passed in 2002, did her children Stewart, Andres and Georgia (d) begin carving horses.

Stewart Quandelacy and Priscilla Lasiloo Quandelacy's reversible Horse fetish pendant necklace is spectacular. Friendly turquoise eyes are inlaid into a turquoise pony that displays a gorgeously carved "naja" or crescent shape on the pendant, which is a unique design the Quandelacy family is known for. They carve this naja right into the stone's center, instead of attaching a metal bale. This style was started by Johnny Quam (d) and continued by his daughter Ellen Quandelacy and right down the family line. Strung with a double strand of complimenting turquoise and other colorful beads like tiger's eyes and snowflake obsidian, Stewart and Priscilla's handsome pendant necklace is about 18" long plus a 6" extension chain. The horse pendant is about 2 1/2" wide, 1 1/2" long with naja and 1/2" deep.

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