Native American Sterling Silver Navajo Round Story Telling Pendant Peublo Indian
Native American Sterling Silver Navajo Round Story Tell Pendant Signed
Round pendant with adobe design. There’s a hallmark of “SG” Stanley Gene and a “sterling” stamp.
PENDANT ONLY, CHAIN NOT INCLUDED
Measurements: 2.50″L X 1.75″W (includes bail)
Stones would possibly look brighter in pictures, that is as a result of lighting and camera flash.
Item Code ASW
We sell only 100% Authentic, Native American Jewelry and Crafts.
Family owned and operated in Gallup, NM.
Payment Method: Paypal only
Payment Terms: Payment should be submitted within 3 days. If for any reason you prefer to a payment extension please tell us.
Delivery Time: Shipping within 24 hours of cleared payment on business days.
Shipping: We ship USPS and UPS in america only. Global Shipping program for international shipments.
Return Policy: 30 day return policy (If jewelry has been polished, sized, re-shaped, damaged, scratched, cleaned, or altered whatsoever, we can’t accept it for a refund). When you have an issue with your item please contact us. A return should be created with eBay before sending your item back to us. Return shipping paid for by the buyer unless we’ve made a human error and in that case We can gladly pay return shipping. Refunds can be issued within 3 days of receipt of item, in original condition.
If you will have any questions or concerns about your item please contact us before leaving negative feedback or returning the item. We would be happy to address any of your questions or concerns. We do our best to be as accurate as conceivable but when we’ve made a mistake We can make it right. You’ll be able to message us on eBay or call us at 505-722-2807. We can get back to you as soon as conceivable.
Insurance: Orders under $500 won’t have insurance unless requested and paid for by the buyer (some international shipments can’t be insured – please ask).
A little bit about us…
The Tanner circle of relatives has been working among Native Americans since 1875 when Seth Benjamin Tanner came with other Pioneers to settle in Tuba City, Arizona. His son, Joseph 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley Tanner was once a friend of Chee Dodge, the first Chairman of the Navajo Tribal Council.
In 1972 Colin Tanner and his wife Coleen opened a small grocery store & gas station, which included a pawnshop. They would sell a couple of bales of hay at the side. Their hard work paid off and their business thrived. Nowadays the circle of relatives owns a big grocery store, two gas stations with convenience stores, two pawn shops, and the largest tack and feed store within the Four Corners area.
T&R Jewelry and Pawn is situated 6 Miles North on Hwy 491 and inside Rio West Mall in Gallup, New Mexico.
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