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Circa 2000's unknown Navajo (hallmark Catencio) hand-stamped sterling silver and natural Turquoise Mountain turquoise ring. The setting is 1 3/8" by 1 1/8" and is a size 9.

Item Number: 54119 ... Price: $210.00

Acoma Pueblo potter Corrine Garcia (Signed C. Garcia) created this fineline geometric design large seed pot. The pot is 7" in height by 8" in diameter.

Item Number: 54113 ... Price: $750.00

Award-winning Navajo artist Dan Jackson created this sterling silver etched and overlay bolo. The bolo is 3 1/2" long by 1 1/2" at its widest point and 1 1/4" at the narrowest and features a rug design. The bolo also features sterling silver hand-made tips and an 8-ply flat-back leather strap.

Item Number: 54112 ... Price: $695.00

Santo Domingo Pueblo artist Josephine Coriz created this 10-strand black jet chicklet necklace with turquoise rondells interspersed. The necklace is 26 1/2" in length and has a 4" extender and matching earrings.

Item Number: 54109 ... Price: $360.00

Award winning Navajo artist Arland Ben created this sterling silver and 14kt gold natural turquoise bracelet. The bracelet is 1" wide and features natural Bisbee turquoise from Arizona with many 14kt gold petroglyph figures. The bracelet will fit a 6 1/4" wrist including a 1 1/4" opening.

Item Number: 54903 ... Price: $2,400.00

Navajo artist Ernest Rangel created this sterling silver tufacast cross bracelet. The bracelet is 1/2" wide and it will fit a 6 1/4" wrist and has a 1 1/8" opening.

Item Number: 54102 ... Price: $395.00

Award winning Santo Domingo Pueblo artist Chris Nieto created these multi-color mosaic inlay post earrings. Each earring is 1" in height by 7/8" at the widest point and features jet, rhodolite, mother-of-pearl, lapis, spiny oyster, apple coral and stabilized turquoise inlaid on jet.

Item Number: 54101 ... Price: $100.00

Award winning Santo Domingo Pueblo artist Chris Nieto created these multi-color mosaic inlay post earrings. Each earring is 1" in height by 7/8" at the widest point and features jet, rhodolite, mother-of-pearl, lapis, spiny oyster, apple coral and stabilized turquoise inlaid on jet.

Item Number: 54100 ... Price: $100.00

Award winning Santo Domingo Pueblo artist Chris Nieto created these multi-color mosaic inlay post earrings. Each earring is 1" in height by 7/8" at the widest point and features jet, rhodolite, mother-of-pearl, lapis, spiny oyster, apple coral and stabilized turquoise inlaid on jet.

Item Number: 54099 ... Price: $100.00

Award winning Santo Domingo Pueblo artist Chris Nieto created these multi-color mosaic inlay post earrings. Each earring is 1" in height by 7/8" at the widest point and features jet, mother-of-pearl, lapis, spiny oyster, apple coral and stabilized turquoise inlaid on jet.

Item Number: 54098 ... Price: $100.00

Award winning Santo Domingo Pueblo artist Chris Nieto created these multi-color mosaic inlay post earrings. Each earring is 7/8" in diameter and features jet, mother-of-pearl, lapis, spiny oyster, apple coral and stabilized turquoise inlaid on jet.

Item Number: 54094 ... Price: $100.00

Made by award-winning Santo Domingo artist, Joseph Coriz, this sterling silver overlay bracelet is one of Joseph's hallmark story bracelets. Each of the panels within the bracelet symbolizes something. The crooked arrows are for powerful energy, brought to bear from the heavens onto the corn. The migration of animals represent the journey of the Kewa (and the rest of us) to find our center place. Each of the animals carry a meaning we need in our lives. The bear tells us to walk our path with purpose, a metaphor for the bear emerging from hibernation, then seeking life, and us having dreams and pursuing them. The ram represents the security of a sturdy and increasing flock. The armadillo is a symbol of Mother Earth. All are blessed by the power of celestial phenomena, which bring the sacred, healing water images at the end. And altogether they represent the spiritual and physical well-being for the Pueblo. The starry night above depicts the connectedness of the people to the celestial powers, to their heritage, and to their ancestors. The spiral is the migration symbol, conveying searching for our center place. And our center place is home, family, and village, sustained by sacred traditions, life-giving forces from the earth we share, by our dreams and by the love we give--all represented by the corn. A gorgeous natural Kingman turquoise stone completes this hallmark piece. The bracelet measures 1” at the widest and tapers down to 5/8”, and is 6 1/4” around, including an opening of 1”.

Item Number: 54086 ... Price: $895.00

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