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Santo Domingo Neclace by Rodney Coriz

915.00
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Santo Domingo Neclace by Rodney Coriz

915.00

Contemporary sterling silver, turquoise, coral and mother of pearl channel inlaid pendant on five-strands of hand-cut turquoise beads with sterling silver finishes by master jeweler, Rodney Coriz of Santa Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico. Pendant is removable, comes off of bail and has slide on back.  

Approx: 18" bead length, pendant 2.5" x 2 .625"with .75"  wide bail pendant weight, 24.5 grams; total weight, 60 grams.

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Contemporary sterling silver, turquoise, coral and mother of pearl channel inlaid pendant on five-strands of hand-cut turquoise beads with sterling silver finishes by master jeweler, Rodney Coriz of Santa Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico. Pendant is removable, comes off of bail and has slide on back.  

Approx: 18" bead length, pendant 2.5" x 2 .625"with .75"  wide bail pendant weight, 24.5 grams; total weight, 60 grams.

Rodney Coriz

Rodney Coriz is an exceptional Santo Domingo jewelry artist. His inlay work is fantastic and his ability to work with natural stones to form smooth wearable pieces of art is well known.  Rodney was inspired by his Mother, Nestoria Coriz, and his Grandfather, Lupe Pena. He is a world class artist who has shown works at many museums, including the Heard and The Millicent Rogers Museum. Rodney Coriz is also featured in the book "Masters of Contemporary Indian Jewelry".