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Sterling pin/pendant circa 1960's (Unknown Navajo), set with natural Variscite, nestled within sterling leaves and flower, set with a small turquoise stone. The piece measures 1 1/8" at widest point across by 1 1/2" long.

Item Number: 54644 ... List Price: $320.00 Your Price: $256.00

A beautiful cluster belt, circa 1960's (Unknown Zuni), with natural turquoise and coral. The fourteen conchos are each 1 1/2" in diameter, and the buckle is 2 1/4" across by 1 1/2" wide, and is inscribed with T.R. or F.R.

Item Number: 54642 ... List Price: $1,200.00 Your Price: $960.00

This 3-piece Fashion Belt circa 1970's (Unknown Zuni), is sterling with high-blue turquoise inlay in the scallop design. The two side pieces are each 1 1/2" across by 1" wide. The buckle is 2 1/8" wide by 1 1/2" wide and is signed STM.

Item Number: 54641 ... List Price: $300.00 Your Price: $240.00

Ca 1990's Tim Guerro Navajo Sterling Silver Hand Stamped First Phase Concho Belt

Item Number: 54640 ... List Price: $795.00 Your Price: $636.00

Almost art-deco-like is this 1960's (unknown Navajo), sterling silver melon bead necklace. The beads graduate from approximately 1/2" diameter to 7/8" diameter, and the necklace is 17 1/2" long.

Item Number: 54638 ... List Price: $300.00 Your Price: $240.00

A stunning necklace from the 1960's (unknown Navajo), this double row squash blossom made of hand-stamped and crafted sterling melon beads, is beautiful and lays perfectly. Twelve squash blossoms adorn each side, and one hangs freely from the center of the naja. The necklace is 28 3/4" long from hook to eye. The naja hangs down approximately 2 1/2".

Item Number: 54637 ... List Price: $995.00 Your Price: $796.00

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

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

Unknown Zuni Pueblo artist created this circa 1940's natural turquoise cluster pin. The pin is 1 3/8" in height by 2" wide and features natural "Snake Eye" and "petit point" turquoise stones.

Item Number: 54398 ... List Price: $350.00 Your Price: $280.00

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

Tina Moquino of Santo Domingo Pueblo created this 2-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. This necklace measures approximately 24".

Item Number: 54390 ... List Price: $150.00 Your Price: $120.00

Tina Moquino of Santo Domingo Pueblo created this 2-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. This necklace measures approximately 25".

Item Number: 54389 ... List Price: $150.00 Your Price: $120.00

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