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Name:Turquoise Journey Pony
Item:NSC-53784
Manufacturer:Enesco
Artist:Archer, Devon
Herd:40
Notes:Native Pony
Material:Resin
Turquoise Journey Pony
Writes Devon Archer, a Virginia horsewoman and artist extraordinaire, "'Turquoise Journey' was inspired by one of my Navajo turquoise bracelets. The way it came about is that I pictured a single large turquoise stone that has been carved into the shape of a Painted Pony, with an elaborate matrix pattern that looks like a herd of black horses cantering along matrix trails on a turquoise journey." Out of respect for the jewelry that inspired the design, she adorned the Pony with raised turquoise stones and banded it in silver, in honor of the elaborate silversmithing unique to traditional Navajo bracelets.

Height
6.5"

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Turquoise Journey Pony is also a part of the following sets:


Trail of the Painted Ponies, Spring 2016
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