This necklace has remarkable craftsmanship. It is a heavy green Royston turquoise pendant on a hefty oblong linked chain. The pendant itself measures approximately 2.5" long including the bail and 1.25" at its widest. It is hallmarked on the back with "STERLING" and "WCV" in a feather.
The chain measures approximately 28" in length. Each sterling silver link measures approximately 3/8" long and 1/4" wide. It is in excellent condition, and the overall weight is 63.2 grams.
This late 1940s necklace was most likely made in Santo Domingo New Mexico. It is composed of graduating slices of two toned serpentine, pipestone, and turquoise. Each end is capped with three sterling silver engraved beads. It includes a more modern sterling silver extender (please see picture 7).
The slices of stone range in diameter from .25" to .75". They have been recently re-strung on a cable for ultimate security. The necklace measures 22" in length without the extender...
Fine, Chinese Export, natural jade and carved dark salmon color coral bead necklace with 14k gold clasp. The necklace is 16" long, apple green jade beads measures 11mm in diameter and the carved coral beads are 5.85mm. Clasp, marked 14k works well. Weight of this lovely necklace is 57.3 grams.
Beautiful old pin made of silver and spiny oyster shell made by Ivan Kee the brother of Allen and George Kee who all worked at the White Hogan shop. Ivan began working in the 1940's and continued until his death in 1982. I believe this pin to be early work judging by the style and the fact that he used shell instead of turquoise ( turquoise was almost impossible to get between 1941 and 1946 ). Marked I. Kee and .925 on the back along with another hallmark he used ealry in his career...
This cute pair of earrings dates back several decades, reportedly made by Jim Long the husband of Helen Long. Unmarked, about 1 1/2" long by about 5/8" wide. 4.8 grams. Excellent condition.
Classic " hummingbird " turquoise inlay ring made and signed by Dickie and Amy Quandelacy. Amy began working in 1976 and signed Amy starting in 1984 after her and Dickie got divorced. The ring is a size 8, and the face measures about 13/16" tall by 1/2" wide. 11.2 grams, excellent condition.
Warren and Dorris Ondelacy made jewely together from the 1930's through the 1960's and their work is highly sought after. Similar bracelets are at $1800 to $2250.00 on line! Bernice Leekya was Dorris' sister and Alice Quam is her daughter.
This large bracelet is a fine example of their work from the 1950's or so. It is set with 48 hand cut pear shaped natural turquoise ( looks to be high grade Sleeping Beauty ) stones set in handcrafted bezels...
Fine old bracelet that dates to 1960 or earlier, possibly the 1930's. The turquoise looks like a nice piece of pilot mountain the stone has a crack on the edge ( see images ) and is about 13/16" by about 5/5". The bracelet has really nice deep stamping and is about 1 1/8" wide by about 5 1/2" PLUS a 1 1/4" gap. Hand fabricated. Can be adjusted. Weighs about 30 grams, nice vintage condition.
Fine, antique Chinese Export silver filigree hinged bracelet and earrings set with turquoise cabochons. The bracelet features 4 large (20mm x 15mm each) natural, untreated turquoise cabochons, bezel set and mounted on silver filigree base. This fabulous bracelet is 7" long and 1 1/8" wide. Matching earrings measures 1 1/8" x 1". The set is in very good condition. Marked "SILVER". Total weight is 71 grams.
Unusually fine and ornate signed squashblossom necklace by celebrated Navajo artisan Orville Tsinnie of Shipwreck, New Mexico. Circa 1970s. Sterling silver, 30" long, 226 grams.
Turquoise appears to be from Carico Lake mine in Nevada.
This choker was purchased in Africa during the early 70's. The triangular low grade Moroccan silver ornaments are accented by red plastic and black glass beads. A fragile piece, it is strung on string and measures 16".It should be restrung -at one point it fell apart and the silver pieces near the center are not equidistant and two of the hand engraved pieces are not on the right side.
Exceptionally fine sterling silver Zuni Knifing Dancer pin inlaid with highly desirable Blue Gem Turquoise. 40 grams, 2.65" from wing to wing.
Pair Of Certified Grade A Old Type 3-Color Green/Yellow Skin Jadeite Jade Bangle Bracelets 1982
Pair Of Certified Old School Grade A Traditional Old Type 3-Color Green/Yellow Skin Jadeite Jade Bangle Bracelets 1982 (289 ct.)
Up for sale is a pair of very rare certified 1982 made old school "Grade A" traditional old type 3-color green/yellow skin jadeite jade bangle bracelets and the certificates. The bangles are very rare...
This is an old hand carved fish hook pendant made from black jade. Beautifully modeled and crafted … not like contemporary hooks. Comes on a 24 inch silver chain. The pendant is about 2 inches long. Excellent condition.
Chinese Export vermeil silver and genuine tourmaline and jade brooch. This lovely pin measures 1 3/8" in diameter. Marked HK, in very good antique condition.
Stunning, Chinese Export brooch, composed of sterling silver and natural, untreated salmon color coral. This amazing brooch measures 2 1/2" x 2". It is marked Silver, Made in China. Weight is 14.2 grams. Condition is very good.
Sterling silver ring, size 7.75, with very striking large turquoise framed by stylized feathers. Approx. 11 grams, 1"x1".
An amazing, antique, bangle bracelet. It is in excellent condition. The Ice waxy jadeite jade bangle measure little over 52mm in inner diameter (approx. 2").