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Fritson Toledo Naja Necklace

Born in September of 1961 in Cuba, New Mexico, Fritson Toledo, Navajo, has been silversmithing for over forty years. He grew up in a family of weavers and a silversmith father. His work is reminiscent of Navajo jewelry from centuries ago, but with his own personal touch in every piece. Inspired by the earth around him, he creates his jewelry first with artwork and then by incorporating it to silver, gold and stone.

This beautifully intricate naja is sure to make a statement! Pendant is 2 1/2" long on a 28" chain of Navajo pearls. Piece is hallmarked and stamped "STERLING".

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