The lot features a necklace and earring set both signed "CB Sterling" from Kewa Pueblo (Santo Domingo Pueblo) Indian silversmith Clarence and Eleanor Bailon. Clarence and Eleanor Bailon are form the Kewa Peublo (Santo Domingo Pueblo) on the Rio Grande in New Mexico. They are one of the few Kewa peoples who carry on the art of crafting wonderful jewelry and use genuine turquoise and stones in sterling silver. This set shows a necklace with multiple stones including a Royston Turquoise Mine large pendant and is additionally set with Mojave Turquoise, White Buffalo Turquoise, Red Spiny Oyster Shell, and Kingman Turquoise with a circular figure "8" sterling silver deisng and sterling silver chain link necklace strand with a .925 sterling silver lobster claw clasp. The earrings have a matching Kingman Turquoise with figure "8" circular sterling silver design. Both sides "CB" and "Sterling". The necklace measures overall 18.25"L with the stone section dangling 7"L. The earrings each measure 2 3/8"L dangling. Total weight of 59.8 grams.