goro's Najone Pendant is one of the oldest goro's pendants, which has been produced since the 1970s together with the Eagle Pendant and the Spoon Pendant.
goro's Najone Pendant is resembled from the horseshoe, which has been used since ancient times as an amulet to ward off evil spirits, and is a motif revered by the Navajo tribe as a talisman for the health of children and the prosperity of offspring.
goro's Najone Pendant has two sizes: Regular and (XL); and two shapes: Cornered and Round.
Plain Silver Najone
Najone with K18 Gold
Najone with Gold Rope Turquoise
The shape of the K18 Gold Metal on goro's Najone Pendant differs from pre and post 2013. Before 2013, the edges of the Metal were not hammered. Since 2017, Metal with hammered edges has been attached to goro's Najone Pendant.
Note that goro's Najone Pendant was not produced from 2013 to around 2016 and has not been produced since 2018.
goro's Najone Pendant (XL) was first produced around 2000, but was already discontinued in the early 2010s.
OLD / New Design
goro's Plain Silver Najone exists only in Old Design.
The difference between the Old and New Design of the regular size of goro's Najone Pendant is the shape of the Pendant Hole.
Prior to 2004, Old Design had a pendant hole on the back of the pendant, while New Design has a P-shaped pendant hole on the top of the pendant.
goro's Najone Pendant (XL) has no major differences between Old and New Design.