Commemorating the 90th anniversary of the Santa Fe Indian Market, a piece of yellow jasper is decorated with history and Native American lore. Sitting between moveable sterling silver beads on a black cord, a yellow jasper cabochon is carved and overlaid with sterling silver in a corn symbol, which reflects the importance of crops to Native Americans. A blue turquoise cabochon complements the yellow jasper. The reverse side of the pendant features an Eagle Dancer that was used as the logo for the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts from 1959 to 1997. Pendant measures 2" long x 1" wide and has a medium bail; cord measures 36" long. Made in America with gemstones from around the world.
Like all fine jewelry, Carolyn Pollack Sterling Silver Jewelry should be handled carefully. Store jewelry in a plastic bag, dry and wrapped in tissue paper, when not being worn or displayed. Clean sterling silver with a silver polishing cloth when necessary, but never subject to chlorine, silver dips, chemical solutions or ultrasonic cleaners, as these substances can cause the natural gemstones to discolor. Never wear jewelry in a swimming pool.