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SKU: 25564
Chain's Length (Excluding the pendant): 14 inch"br"

"li"Chain's Length (Excluding the pendant): 15 inch
  • Chain's Length (Excluding the pendant): 16 inch"br"
  • "li"Chain's Length (Excluding the pendant): 12 inch
  • Chain's Length (Excluding the pendant): 13 inch"br"
  • "li"Tribal Affiliation: Navajo"br" "li"Stone(s) Used on the Chain: Jasper"br" "li"Stone(s) Used on the Chain: Heishi"br" "li"Strands: 1"br" "li"Diameter: 4 inch"br" "li"Category: Chains"br" "li"Category: Necklaces"br" "li"Actual Item in Photo?: No, Stock photo. Artist will make the item as close as possible"br" "li"Handcrafted?: Yes"br" "li"Authenticity: Verified Authentic"br" "li"Chains and Necklaces Resizing Fee: Can be Resized for an additional $27"br" "li"Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty"br" "li"Authentication Documents: Original Certificate of Authenticity "br""b""li"Please note that all photos are stock photo and even-though our Native American artists are doing their best to make the items as close as possible to the photos, but since stones are coming from Mother Nature and items are handmade, we cannot guarantee any stone color, shade, matrix or size and it can vary depending on the availability at the exact moment of receiving your order."br" "li"Disclaimer: We are doing our best to describe every item as accurate as we can, please note that all mines, materials or stones are named based on our sole judgment and without using any geologist or laboratory test, mostly according to their color and texture. We will not be able to guarantee any stones name and origin or the mines name. Just a small amount of different minerals in a stone can change the color or even the stones name.Even-though we do our best to identify the materials used as accurate as we can, but we are not able to assume any responsibility. Therefore you are purchasing our merchandize not based on the stone, material or mines name mentioned in the listings and solely based on their beauty and the fact th

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