An exceptional vintage large copper pendant with blue and green stone inlay depicting a horse and woman by Ex-pat Ken Beldin, who lived in Tenencingo, Mexico and made jewelry and sculptures from 1940 through the 1960s. Suspended from the original leather cord.
The pendant measures 5" across and 3 1/4" at the widest. Has blue and green crushed stone inlay and turquoise colored beads in the woman's earrings. Great contrast of verdigris and copper.
The leather cord measures 23" long and hooks securely to the top of the pendant.
Ken Beldin, Tenencingo, Mexico etched on the back of the copper pendant.
Fine example of his work.