Frankly, it doesnt get any better than this. Livingston pin/pendant on a stand is rare, perfect and hugely collectible! The sterling incredibly detailed piece has raised hands, etc. On the sterling and sterling detailed feathers from the headdress. The face is intricately carved intarsia of hard stone, sardonyx, turquoise, etc.And the lower part is intarsia of coral, onyx, turquoise, etc. As if this were not sufficient, there is a stand on which the piece can be displayed (the stand holder is part of the back of the piece). The stand, also carved and signed, is solid rhodochrosite. The piece measures 3.5 by 1.25 and the stand is 2 by 1. Paul Livingston was born in Gallup, NM in 1954 and has lived on the Navajo Church Rock Reservation his entire life. Studying jewelry with his uncle, he went on his own at 22 years of age. His work, collected internationally, is known for his attention to detail, his use of gems and materials not commonly used in Native American pieces and his rare talents and skills as a gem saw artist. Thus, the use of sardonyx and his intarsia work. If in the Gloucester, MA area, do stop by my shop on Main St--DIVA for an unrivaled selection of pieces from every time period, in every metal and at great prices. I have also been a maker and designer for almost 50 years. If you seek a particular piece, please do let me know! Please contact me with any questions/additional information needs. The item "BEAUTIFUL, RARE, P.
LIVINGSTON NAVAJO GEMSTONE INTARSIA PIN / PENDANT ON STAND" is in sale since Tuesday, November 20, 2018. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Pins, Brooches".
The seller is "bighairedgirl" and is located in Gloucester, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped worldwide.