Artist: Cheryl DeLain
My take: This is my Homage in Turquoise to the talented Navajo silversmith and designer Tommy Singer. Although the silver beads are not made by him due to his untimely passing in 2014, the design is something he would recognize and, I like to think, appreciate.
This 19.5 inch (approx) necklace features turquoise (stabilized), lapis, howlite, carnelian, tigereye, and sterling silver beads and clasp.
Findings include sterling silver crimps and crimp covers.
Strung on Soft Flex wire (nylon coated stainless steel) for comfort, strength and longevity.
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Homage necklace to Tommy Singer in turquoise
My jewelry is travel-inspired and features components from across the globe. Some I found during my own voyages, others were discovered by like-minded friends in their journeys, and still others were purchased from vendors during their travels. So enjoy a unique jewelry collection that features exotic gemstones from around the world, beautiful hand-blown glass from artists in Italy, interesting lampwork glass from the small family factories in the Czech Republic, vintage and vintage-inspired tribal silver components from Asia, and old glass beads made in Italy and used for trade in Africa, among others.