Tommy Singer Peyote Bird Pendant With Chip Coral Inlay
A symbol of renewal this peyote bird pendant also known as a water bird with chip coral inlay was created by the master Navajo silversmith Tommy Singer.
This award winning artists work has been featured in books and is highly sought after and collected.
Don't miss out on a chance to add this beautiful piece of Native American art to your collection today.
Often credited with being the first Native American silversmith to use chip inlay in the 1960's, the style became so popular that other artists started copying his work.
This pendant is hallmarked with his early mark of a capital T and a crescent shape mark showing that this is an original Tommy Singer piece and not one created by someone else.
Tommy lived from 1940 until 2014 when he tragically died in a motorcycle accident.
This pendant measures 2 inches long with the bail by 1 1/16 inches wide.