This stunning oversized bracelet was made by Navajo jeweler, Percy Spencer. It is 3" wide in front and has a 5 3/8" end to end measurement with a 1 1/8" gap opening. The dome front has 17 untreated Morenci turquoise stones set in cerated bezels, and the sides have applied leaves and scroll work designs. It is in excellent condition and is signed "Percy Spencer" on the reverse. It weighs 110 grams.
These beautiful vintage Zuni pendant earrings have a bold yet contemporary look. They are 2 5/8" long x 1 1/8" wide and are made from sterling silver. They have screwback tops and the natural turquoise stones are set in cerated bezels. They are hallmarked "Sterling" on the screw tops and they are in excellent condition.
Attractive signed silver pendant with lapis by respected Navajo artisan Leo Yazzie.
Inlaid with turquoise and abalone. 78 grams. Approx. 3.5" across.
Size 9 silver ring, signed "CJ". 19 grams.
These unique Navajo earrings have a "whirling log" motif that dates to centuries ago. It was often used in Native american rugs, baskets, blankets, and jewelry. Each pierced earring is 2 1/4" long x 7/8" wide and both are hand crafted from sterling silver with turquoise cabochon accents. They have wonderful stampwork details and they are in excellent condition. They have no hallmarks but have been tested for sterling silver.
Attractive tomato coral inlay sterling silver bracelet. 5.5" from tip to tip, with 1.20" gap.
Size 8 silver ring, signed "TM" by Navajo artisan Tom Morris of Winslow, Arizona.
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".