Navajo Squash Blossom

Product Description
$ 1,400.00

This traditional squash blossom necklace consists of handmade sterling silver beads that alternate with silver blossoms and converge at a prominent, hand-forged naja pendant. Although there is a resemblance to the flowers of the squash plant, the blossom is more closely related to the pomegranate, which flourishes in southern Spain. The naja with the healing hands has a long history as a powerful symbol of protection. This spectacular piece has a satin finish that gives it an antique look and a handmade hook and loop clasp.

Selena Warner is a Navajo Silversmith from Gallup, New Mexico. She incorporates traditional Navajo silversmithing techniques into her jewelry and learned many of her skills from her father-in-law, Master Jeweler Harry Morgan. Much of her work is made with sterling silver that she rolls herself.

  • Length: 22"
  • Naja: Approx 2/14" x 2"