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Navajo artist Ophie B. Joe created these inlay post earrings, circa 1990. Sterling silver cardinal earrings inlaid with coral, jet, mother of pearl and turquoise. The earrings measure approximately 1 1/8" by 3/4" across

Item Number: 54780 ... Price: $120.00

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 ... Price: $300.00

Zuni Pueblo Circa 1950's Sterling Silver and Turquoise Channel Inlay Hair Combs. Combs measure approximately 2 1/2" across by 1 7/8".

Item Number: 54766 ... Price: $175.00

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 ... Price: $1,350.00

Zuni Pueblo Circa 1960's Sterling Silver and Turquoise Channel Inlay Link Bracelet. The bracelet measures 7 1/2" including the hook and eye, and also has a safety chain with spring clasp. Six channel inlay flowers are connected by links also inlaid in turquoise. A sweet piece, lovingly cherished.

Item Number: 54767 ... Price: $275.00

Zuni Pueblo Circa 1960's link bracelet. Very old style of sterling and lead channel work, inlaid with natural turquoise. Bracelet measures approximately 6 1/2" including the box clasp.

Item Number: 54789 ... Price: $160.00

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 ... Price: $225.00

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 ... Price: $150.00

Ca 1970's, 2-strand Stabilized Turquoise and Coral on Oliveshell Heishi (unknown Santo Domingo artist). Traditional old style necklace with shaped turquoise wafers and shaped branch coral. Necklace is 27" in length plus a 4" extender, (the strands lay one within the other).

Item Number: DHF18 ... Price: $150.00

Ca 1970's Santo Domingo Pueblo (unknown artist), 4-Strand Stabilized Turquoise and Oliveshell Heishi Treasure Necklace. Wonderful and fun, complete with old coral, sandstone beads, shells, agates, silver barrel, and a jasper bear fetish. Strung on waxed cord, the necklace hangs down approximately 17".

Item Number: DHF20 ... Price: $300.00

Circa 1950's Unknown Zuni Pueblo artist Zuni Pueblo artist created this sterling silver and turquoise petti-point pin/pendant. The pin/pendant is 2" in diameter.

Item Number: 53270 ... Price: $240.00

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 ... Price: $350.00

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