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Made by award-winning Santo Domingo artist, Joseph Coriz, this 7/8" wide sterling silver overlay bracelet is one of Joseph's hallmark story bracelets. Each of the panels within the bracelet symbolizes something. Sacred water bracket each end. The crooked arrows are for powerful energy. The bracelet features natural Cerrillos Turquoise from New Mexico found by Joseph personally. The bracelet measures 1 3/16" across and will fit a 6 3/4" wrist including the a 1 1/4" opening. 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.

Item Number: 54941 ... Price: $1,250.00

Award winning Hopi Pueblo artist Watson Honanie created this 14kt gold and sterling silver 1/2" overlay story bracelet. The scene depicts the Eagle Dancer, Sun Kachina, Mud Head, and Crow Mother, dancing at the Pueblo, with the mountains looking on. The bracelet will fit a 6 1/4" wrist, including an opening of 1".

Item Number: 54852 ... Price: $1,100.00

Award-winning Hopi artist Watson Honanie, created this 14kt gold overlay on sterling story bracelet. The scene depicts the animal migration, which represents the travels of the ancient ones to their center world. Each of the animals has significance. The buffalo symbolizes endurance to overcome one's weakness. The ram secures an increase in the flocks. The deer represents plentiful sustenance. And the mountain lion is the elder brother and most powerful. The progression ending with the family of mountain lions represents leadership and resourcefulness and the sacred charge to protect the children of men from evil and be the maker of paths of men's lives. The bracelet will fit a 7" wrist, including an opening of 1".

Item Number: 54851 ... Price: $1,100.00

Award winning Navajo artist Albert Nells created this New Design sterling silver channel inlay bolo. The bolo is 3 1/8" in length by 1 1/2"at the widest point tapering to 1" at the narrowest point. The bolo features natural Kingman spiderweb turquoise with red coral, mother-of-pearl and jet channel inlay. The bolo has a 4-ply hand-made strap and hand-made sterling silver tips.

Item Number: 54848 ... Price: $1,095.00

Award winning Navajo artist Fritson Toledo created this hand-stamped heavy old style sterling silver a 25.0cts natural Stone Cabin Turquoise 1-stone bracelet. This classic designed bracelet is 1 4" wide and weighs 150.0 grams and and will fit a 6" wrist and has a 1 1/8" opening.

Item Number: 54671 ... Price: $1,795.00

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 ... Price: $1,200.00

Santo Domingo Pueblo artist Kenneth Aguilar and Angie Crespin created this 10-strand High Blue stabilized Kingman turquoise 3mm rondelle and oliveshell necklace. This is a gorgeous blue, which is the hardest to come by these days. Each rondelle is handground and then spaced with handground oliveshell beads, to accomplish the perfectly fluid lay of the necklace that Kenneth and Angie are so well known for. The necklace is 30" in length (including the 3" extender)

Item Number: 54614 ... Price: $2,500.00

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

Circa 1990's Award winning Navajo artist Tommy Jackson created this sterling silver and natural turquoise cluster bolo. The bolo is 2 3/4" in height by 2 1/4" in width and features natural Bisbee turquoise from Arizona. The six-ply black bolo strap is 36" in length.

Item Number: 54337 ... Price: $1,500.00

Alvina Yepa, award-winning potter of Jemez Pueblo created this stunning pot she calls "Kiva." The carved steps on the lip represent the two Pueblo kivas, the outer Pumpkin Kiva, and the inner Turquoise kiva. The four panels represent the prayers given to the four directions. Two panels each of rain and kiva and corn, symbolizing sacred rain and prayers bringing sustenance and profound purpose. The pot is approximately 9" tall and approximately 8 1/2" in diameter at the widest, tapering to a lip of 3".

Item Number: 54155 ... Price: $1,500.00

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 Fritson Toledo created this sterling silver and natural 5-stone turquoise row bracelet. The bracelet is 1 3/8" at the widest point and features five outstanding examples of natural Morenci turquoise stones from Arizona. The bracelet will fit a 6 1/2" wrist and has a 1" opening.

Item Number: 54074 ... Price: $1,450.00

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