Cast sterling with turquoise. Slightly under 2" from foot tip to foot tip. 26 grams.
Attractive signed wristwatch band by noted Yaqui artisan Danny Romero.
Handstamped by artist in his distinctive sunburst signature with reverse "D". Depicts Yaqui folklore figures in high relief; (the Yaqui people are part of the Southwestern Native American culture-group from the Sonoran desert on the west coast of northern Mexico, opposite Baja California
Masterful zuni oval pin, signed "Michael." 2.75" long, 80 grams.
Signed late period bolo (mid-70s) by celebrated Zuni artisan Alonzo Husito, active since the 1930s. Husito is credited as the originator of the Rainbow Man and Knifewing Dancer figures in Zuni jewelry, and is the elder of a large family of noted artisans including Charles, Helen, Rosalie and Sharon Husito.
Very impressive signed necklace in 14K Gold, Silver and Turquoise, by celebrated Navajo artisan Peter Nelson. 118 grams, 22" length.
Several accompanying pieces also appear separately on this site.
c. 1940's-50's. Pliable 6.25" from end to end, with 1.25" gap.
Beautiful sterling silver and desert ironwood clip earrings by Nicholas Gambino for the White Hogan Shop, Scottsdale, Arizona, circa 1970’s. They measure 1 1/8" diameter and weigh 19 grams total. Fine original condition and signed with the White Hogan Shop hallmark and NG. These are really special.
circa 1940's. 97 grams, 23".
Sterling 3-way splitshank bracelet with high-grade turquoise. Stone is 1" long. 27 grams. Circa 1940s.
Spectacular design and execution in this sterling and coral belt buckle by Santo Domingo silversmith Julian Lovato. He began working in 1938 and was a silversmith for Frank Patania Sr. in the Thunderbird Shop. He has been the winner of numerous awards for his fine creations. This belt buckle measures 3" by 2" and weighs 64 grams. It is in fine original condition and suitable to be worn by a man or woman. Signed as shown. Gorgeous in every way.
Gorgeous sterling and blood red coral cluster clip earring by deceased Zuni Master artist Alice Quam. The earrings measure 1 1/4" long and 1" wide, each having 15 saw tooth bezel set corals . They are in fine original condition and the clip backs hold securely. They are signed as shown. Alice Quam created pieces that are the gold standard for cluster work and petit point jewelry. Her workmanship, attention to detail and quality of materials is legendary...
Unusually fine Navajo Squashblossom necklace in sterling silver, with attractive, varied turquoise. Circa 1940's - early 1950's.
Approx 160 grams. 24" long. Blossom piece approx. 2.5" x 3". Ten turquoise ovals about 1" long each.
Unsigned silver cuff, 25grams, 5.25" length w/ 1.5" gap.
Ornate sterling silver Zuni Kachina figure bolo with coral and turquoise. 68 grams with strap. Signed "CPH" by noted Zuni artisans Charlie and Pauline Hannaweeke
Heavy gauge wide Navajo silver cuff, unsigned. 6.5" with 1.5" gap. cuff is 1.9" wide.
Rectangular panels decorated with molded stylized images of musicians, enhanced with a textured, oxidated background. The back of one earring bears the mark of Atkinson Trading Co., Chandler, Arizona, the other earring, the words ‘Navajo’ and ‘sterling.’ Each measures 1 inch long by ½ inch wide. Weight: 9.5 g total
Large Tuscon turquoise ring marked TW. Sterling. Intricate scroll work and one feather signifying hope.