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Unknown Navajo created these circa 1990's sterling silver and multi-color channel inlay dangle earrings. Each earring is 1 5/8" in length by 7/8" in width and features natural turquoise, sugilite and clamshell inlay.

Item Number: 53762 ... Price: $150.00

Hopi Pueblo artist Bueford Dawahoya (deceased) created this circa 1990's sterling silver and 14kt gold overlay "Man in the Maze" ring. The ring setting is 7/8" by 5/8" and is a size 10 1/2.

Item Number: 53761 ... Price: $250.00

Santo Domingo Pueblo artists Ronald Chavez created this circa 1990's stabilized wafer cut turquoise heishi necklace. The graduated wafer cut necklace is 26" in length and graduates from 1/4" to 5/8" in diameter.

Item Number: 53759 ... Price: $400.00

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, and interspersed with sterling beads. This necklace measures approximately 31", and is finished in a traditional waxed braided thread.

Item Number: 53671 ... Price: $150.00

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

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

Sterling Silver Twist Wire Bracelets From Pawn

Item Number: 53315 ... Price: $100.00

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 ... Price: $595.00

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 artist created this circa 1970's spiderweb turquoise sterling silver and goldfilled watchtips. The watchtips are 1" in length by 3/4" in width. The watchtips include a non-working gold tone Volcain 17 Jewel Swiss watch. The tips are signed JJM.

Item Number: 53056 ... Price: $250.00

Taos artist Estevan created this sterling silver Circa 1980 bear claw and cross necklace. The center piece cross is 3 1/2" long by 2 1/4" wide. Each bear claw is approximately 1 1/2" long by 1 1/2" wide. The pendant and each claw features sterling silver and red coral. The necklace is 21" long.

Item Number: 52899 ... Price: $825.00

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