This amazing necklace was made by Navajo contemporary jeweler, Tommy Singer. Tommy Singer works in a traditional heavy stamp and chip inlay jewelry technique which is seen in this example. The necklace is 26" long with the center drop measuring 3 1/8" long x 2" wide. It has natural turquoise and the reverse pendant is hallmarked T with a crescent moon. It is in excellent condition.
Unusual screw back earrings in the form of an insect. The main part of the body is turquoise.
Measurements: 1" long x 1/2" wide
Markings: Both earrings are marked STERLING on the screw back end and on the body of the insect under the earring back
Condition: Excellent Vintage
his charming Navajo silver pin has 2 applied figural people along with stamp work and a central bezel set turquoise. The pin measures 2 1/2 inches across and 3/4" wide. It is in very good vintage condition.
A vintage Navajo thunderbird pin with stamp work wings and a bezel set turquoise in the center of the body. Marked on the back "HAND MADE STERLING"
Measures 3" wide x 1 1/4" long.
Excellent Vintage Condition
Using the form of a katchina or hoop dancer, these stamp work figural earrings dangle from screw backs and the hoops actually rotate and move.
Measurements: 1 1/4 x 1/2"
Markings: Both earrings are marked STERLING on the back
Excellent vintage condition
* Beautiful Navajo sterling silver stamp work barrette with 3 bezel set turquoise stones
* Measures: 3 1/4" long x 2" wide
Pin is 4 3/8" long
* Excellent Condition
Very unusual Native American Bug pin with an Indian head copper penny dated 1895 comprising the body, eyes and (8) legs made of silver and a turquoise head. Wonderful clear signature of an "E" on the body of a bug.
Measures 1 1/8" long x 1" wide
Hard to find HEART shape Zuni snake eye turquoise pendant / pin. No marks - Guaranteed coin silver or better. Measures 1 3/8" wide by 1 3/8" long. Excellent condition
Beautiful vintage circa 1940 or 1950 Native American screw back earrings with stunning spider web turquoise stones in sawtooth bezel settings. Not marked but test positive for sterling silver with jeweler's acid. 9/16 inch or 15mm wide and 5mm deep for the stone and setting only not including the backs. Excellent condition. Photos enlarged to show detail.
Bold and precise pattern on this silver overlay cuff by Hopi silversmith Manuel Hoyungowa who learned from Preston Monongye. This bracelet measures 5 1/4" with an additional 1 1/2" opening. It is 3/4"wide and weighs 33 grams. Fine original condition and hallmarked as shown. Charming.
A fine vintage silver Native American graduating bead necklace, c. 1960-70. The beads test silver, they are not marked. They have a tooled design on all but the top 8 beads. Condition is excellent. The necklace measures 18 1/2" in length and the beads graduate from 20 mm to 13 mm and are strung on a chain.
A large vintage Native American silver and mother of pearl squash blossom necklace, c. 1970s. The necklace tests silver, but is not marked. There is a single strand of silver beads leading up to the double strand which holds the silver and mother of pearl medallions. The horse shoe shaped blossom measures 3 3/4" width by 3 1/2". The necklace measures 28" in length and weighs 28". There are no makers marks of any kind. Condition is excellent and it is quite heavy, weighing 239.7 grams.
28.5" concho belt with 10 linked scallop components, each with a turquoise surrounded by radiant lines and a complex buckle with 2 rectangular turquoise.
Large silver ring, size 13.5, 21 grams. Beautiful polished obsidian stone flanked by ornate design elements.
Impressive silver buckle with carved turquoise face.
163 grams. Roughly 5" x 2.75".
Six dark green turquoise inset into a silver cross pendant, with chain. 21 inch'' chain, pendant approximate 4" x 3".
With hallmark reading "ALEE".