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Dinah Gasper, award-winning Zuni Pueblo artists created this one strand fetish necklace. The necklace is 31" in length, with thirty-five fetishes, including the center lapis frog. All are hand-carved and strung on hand-ground olive shell. Animals include bears (come from the west and symbolize strength, endurance, the power of the soul and a healing power), frogs (invoke the Spirits to provide rain), birds (who carry prayers to the clouds, asking for blessing), hummingbirds, fox (possessed with cunning and fleetness), and turtle (also a symbol of Mother Earth). The handcarved fetishes range from approximately 1/2” to 1” long by 3/8" high (with variations). The fetishes are carved of a multitude of stones and shells, including natural pink and red coral, mother-of-pearl, jet, sepentine, pipestone, lapis, sodalite, marble, jet and stabilized turquoise animals and birds.

Item Number: 53633 ... Price: $995.00

Frank Patania Jr. Anglo Sterling Silver Concho Belt. Son of renowned silversmith, Frank Patania, Sr. and colleague of the late Julian Lovato, both of whom learned silversmithing at Patania Sr's bench. Carrying on legacy of his father, Patania Jr is widely collected and in museums, including two pieces on permanent collection at Renwick Gallery, the fine art arm of the Smithsonian. Eight conchos measure 3 1/8" by 2 5/8". The buckle measures approximately 4" by 3 1/4". Wonderful "bump out" design. Circa 1970's.

Item Number: 53587 ... Price: $3,595.00

Marlin Hechilay Zuni Pueblo (Deceased) Sterling Silver and Red Coral Needle-Point Link Concho Belt. This piece is extraordinary for both the blood-red Moro coral and the delicate and precise needlepoint. Signed MCH on multiple conchos. Fifteen conchos, each measures 1 3/8" x 1". Buckle is 2 3/8" by 2". Full length is approximately 42" including 3 rings at the end.

Item Number: 53586 ... Price: $3,295.00

Circa 1980's Unknown Santo Domingo Pueblo Stabilized Bisbee Turquoise Jockla Necklace. This is a sweet necklace with beautiful turquoise and red coral heishi at the top, a traditional jocla that was clearly treasured. It measures 20".

Item Number: 53499 ... Price: $250.00

Nugget necklace by Unknown artist, Santo Domingo Pueblo. Graduated wafers of stabilized bisbee turquoise interspersed with spiny oyster, finished in adjustable wrap. This necklace has been worn and loved. Measures approximately 26".

Item Number: 53485 ... Price: $375.00

Unknown Navajo created this circa 1970's sterling silver Peyote Bird (waterbird) chip inlay hatpin. The hatpin is 2 3/4" in length by 1 1/2" at the widest point.

Item Number: 53481 ... Price: $150.00

Navajo artist Alvin Monte created these circa 1990's sterling silver and natural turquoise post earrings. Each earring is 1" by 3/4" and features natural Stone Cabin turquoise from Nevada. (One stone has surface crack.)

Item Number: 53475 ... Price: $165.00

Circa 1990's unknown artist created this sterling silver and turquoise channel inlay ring. The ring is 1/4" wide and features natural turquoise channel inlay. The ring is a size 7.

Item Number: 53336 ... Price: $60.00

Circa 1930's Fred Harvey sterling silver and natural turquoise bracelet. The bracelet is 1/2" at the widest point tapering to 1/4". The bracelet will fit a 6 1/4" wrist including a 1" opening.

Item Number: 53334 ... Price: $200.00

Navajo artist Charlton Draper created this circa 1990's 7-stone row bracelet. The bracelet is 7/8" at the widest point and features 7 natural variscite stones from Nevada. The bracelet will fit a 7" wrist including a 1 1/4" opening

Item Number: 53333 ... Price: $720.00

Sterling Silver Twist Wire Bracelets From Pawn

Item Number: 53315 ... Price: $100.00

Sterling Silver Twist Wire Bracelets From Pawn

Item Number: 53314 ... Price: $100.00

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