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Northern Paiute Navada Swan hand beaded these earrings onto deerskin. The earrings measure 1" in diameter.

Item Number: 54409 ... Price: $40.00

Northern Paiute Navada Swan made this sterling pendant set with pyritized Ammonite. The pendant measures 1 5/8" at longest by 7/8" at widest.

Item Number: 54408 ... Price: $120.00

Navajo artist Betty Yellowhorse created this coin and turquoise Naja pendant. The pendant is 2 1/2"" in height (including the bale) by 2 1/4" at the widest point and features 2 Mercury dime coins, 1 polished Sacagawea One Dollar coin, 1 1905 Indian One Cent coin and 4 natural Sleeping Beauty turquoise stones.

Item Number: 54402 ... Price: $125.00

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 ... Price: $695.00

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

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 ... Price: $350.00

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 ... Price: $150.00

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

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

Award winning Navajo artist Wayne Muskett created this new style sterling silver multi-color inlay pendant. The pendant is 1 1/2" long (including a 1/2" bale) by 1" at the widest point and features natural turquoise, spiny oyster, gaspeite, red coral and lapis channel inlay.

Item Number: 54384 ... Price: $125.00

Diane Lonjose of Zuni Pueblo made this Turquoise Heishi Eyeglasses Necklace. Full length of the heishi necklace is approximately 25", so eyeglasses would hang at approximately 12 1/2". Sterling findings.

Item Number: 54382 ... Price: $150.00

Award winning Santo Domingo Pueblo artist Chris Nieto created these multi-color mosaic inlay post earrings. Each earring is 2 1/2" in height by 7/8" at the widest point and features jet, mother-of-pearl, lapis, serpentine, apple coral and stabilized turquoise inlaid on jet.

Item Number: 54371 ... Price: $275.00

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