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Award winning Navajo/Apache artist Gibson Nez (deceased) created this hand-stamped and repousse bolo. This is an excellent example of Gibson's classic silver work style using a piece of natural Bisbee turquoise from Arizona. The bolo is 3 3/8" in height by 2 3/4" wide and has a 6-ply black hand-made flat-back strap and hand made tips.

Item Number: 53778 ... List Price: $1,995.00 Your Price: $1,596.00

Navajo artist Lester Jackson created this Ca 1970's sterling silver and Jasper bracelet. The bracelet is 2" at the widest point tapering to 3/4" and features a beautiful example of Biggs Jasper from Oregon. The bracelet will fit a 6 1/4" wrist including the 1 1/8" opening.

Item Number: 54189 ... List Price: $395.00 Your Price: $316.00

Navajo artist Elizabeth Anderson created this vintage 3-stone natural turquoise and coral cluster bracelet. The bracelet is 1 1/2" at the widest point tapering to 7/8" and will fit a 6 3/4" wrist including a 1 1/4" opening.

Item Number: 54396 ... List Price: $350.00 Your Price: $280.00

Navajo artist Jimmie Begay created this Circa 2000s sterling silver and 14kt gold bear fetish hand-stamped buckle. The buckle is 2 5/8" by 3" and features one applique bear festish and natural Sleeping Beauty turquoise from Arizona. The buckle will fit up to a 1 1/2" belt.

Item Number: 51984 ... List Price: $650.00 Your Price: $520.00

Unknown Navajo created this circa 1950's sterling silver and natural turquoise cluster buckle. The buckle is 3 1/2" long by 2 1/2" at the widest point and can accommodate a belt up to 2" wide.

Item Number: 53310 ... List Price: $595.00 Your Price: $476.00

Extremely important Navajo artist, Johnny Mike Begay (deceased 1976) created this sterling concho belt. This is an extraordinary piece from the 1970's, each concho and buckle an example of master silverwork including overlay and deep stampwork and natural Morenci Turquoise. Johnny worked at White Hogan in Scottsdale, AZ alongside his brother Kenneth Begay, considered the Father of Modern Navajo Jewelry. Many artists associated with White Hogan became world famous with a lasting influence on Native American jewelry design. Johnny won numerous awards for his jewelry, including ribbons at the Santa Fe Indian Market in 1976 (the year he passed away). His work is also included in “Jewels of the Southwest,” at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe, 2002. This belt includes eight conchos and a buckle. The conchos are 3” by approximately 2 1/2”. The buckle is 3 1/2” by 2 1/2” and is stamped a conjoined JMB.

Item Number: 54603 ... List Price: $3,000.00 Your Price: $2,400.00

Santa Fe western artist Richard Stump (Anglo) created this circa 2000's sterling silver and 14kt gold with Chatham Rubies earrings. Each earring is 1 1/4" in height by 3/4" at the widest point.

Item Number: 53771 ... List Price: $600.00 Your Price: $480.00

Santo Domingo Pueblo artist Percy Reano artist created this circa 1980's 8-strand chicklet on pinshell heishi necklace. The necklace is 17" in length and features turquoise, spiny oyster, jet and pipestone chicklets.

Item Number: 53780 ... List Price: $450.00 Your Price: $360.00

Hopi pot by award-winning (Deceased 1919-2012) Joy Navasie "Frog Woman" circa 2000. Pot measures 9 1/2" in diameter and approximately 6" tall. This pot is from a collection and has some wear.

Item Number: 54427 ... List Price: $1,350.00 Your Price: $1,080.00

Zuni Pueblo artist Juan Martinez created the circa 2000's sterling silver and inlay ponytail ornament. The ornament is 1 1/8" in height by 1" wide and features stabilized cornrow inlay turquoise.

Item Number: 52001 ... List Price: $120.00 Your Price: $96.00

Navajo artist Sarah Duboise created this vintage Sterling silver bead necklace. The necklace is 26" in length. Each bead is 5/8" in length by 3/4" in diameter.

Item Number: 54400 ... List Price: $695.00 Your Price: $556.00

Tina Moquino of Santo Domingo Pueblo created this 3-Strand Treasure Necklace. Treasure necklaces evolved from the old-time "tab" necklaces, named for how wafers of turquoise were drilled and interspersed on heishi necklaces. Tina learned her craft from her mother, the well known Laura Moquino. Tina's treasure necklaces are an eclectic and fun collection of stones and shells, carved and rolled, and interspersed with wafers of spiny oyster and jet rondells. This necklace measures approximately 34" and is traditionally finished in braided waxed thread.

Item Number: 54388 ... List Price: $225.00 Your Price: $180.00

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