Vintage Navajo 14K Yellow Gold Coral & Turquoise Inlay Bear Pendant Necklace - Signed This is an exquisite vintage Navajo pendant necklace. The pendant is handcrafted from 14K Yellow gold w/ Red Coral & Turquoise Inlay in the shape of a bear.This piece was created by and stamped the artist Calvin Begay. The Native Bear Symbol represents strength, family, vitality courage and health. The bear is a thoughtful creature, independent and apparently distant, has little need for fellowship and is self-contained and strong-willed. The Navajo also believe that bears have supernatural powers, including great healing powers. The bear is a symbol of deliberate action, introspection, soul searching, and insight. Metal: Yellow Gold Metal purity: 14K Stone: Red Coral & Turquoise Length: 18 Weight: 6.6 grams Closure: Spring loop Stamped: Calvin Begay, 14K Condition: VERY GOOD pre-owned condition. The item "Vintage Navajo 14K Yellow Gold Coral & Turquoise Inlay Bear Pendant Necklace" is in sale since Thursday, February 27, 2020. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Necklaces & Pendants".
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