This is a very unusual and collectible piece. This pin of a person driving a tractor is signed by all three of the Peshlakai silversmiths: Norbert, the father; Natasha, the daughter; and Aaron, the son. It is one of the last pieces signed by Natasha, as she very unfortunately died last fall in her thirties. And it is one of only two pieces I've ever seen signed by all three.
The other was another person-driving-tractor pin, slightly bigger and heavier than this one. Because this is a pin, I prefer the lighter one. The pin is full of traditional Navajo detail.The wheels are stamped with a design similar to the conchos seen on belts; raindrops decorate the wheel wells; arrows outline the cab and, with a bit of humor, another arrow points to the door handle. The driver wears a wide-brimmed hat and even the headlight bears a series of lines signifying rain. It's a tractor, so all the rain symbols are more than appropriate. From the top of the cab to the bottom of the wheels, the pin is almost 2'' wide.
From headlight to taillight, it is 1.75'' wide. It weighs 17.8 grams. The item "Sterling tractor pin by Navajo family of Norbert, Natasha and Aaron Peshlakai" is in sale since Sunday, June 2, 2019. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Bracelets".
The seller is "gdgertler" and is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This item can be shipped worldwide.