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All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1980 item #1256539
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$134.00
Amy Quandelacy is the daughter of the famous Ellen Quandelacy who invented the " hummingbird " design and also made fetishes. She started working in 1976 with her husband Dickie, and began signing Amy in 1984 after they divorced. The face of this ring is about 9/16" tall by about 1/2" wide, and is perfectly made. Size 1 1/2, excellent condition signed by the artist.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1980 item #1256535
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$197.00
This is a nice older ( 1960's or so ) bracelet by Willie Yazzie. He is one of my favorites and along with Wilson Begay, one of the most under appreciated Native American smiths. Has a 5 1/4" inner circumference PLUS a 1 1/8" gap that could be carefully adjusted. about 3/4" wide, excellent vintage condition. Has a really nice horned kachina flanked by Kokopelli figures. Hallmarked by the artist.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1980 item #1248264
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Ivan Kee ( 1936-1982 ) along with his brothers Allen and George worked at the White Hogan shop in Scottsdale AZ. Ivan the youngest of the three Kee brothers also worked on his own, and his extremely varied and creative pieces are normally found without the White Hogan mark. Ivan was the least prolific of the three and his work is the most difficult to find. This ring is a size 6 1/2 to 6 3/4, and the face of the ring is about 3/4" by 11/16"...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1970 item #1240545
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$783.00
A very fine pair of vintage silver and high grade number 8 mine turquoise by Lewis Lomay. He started working about 1930 while studying with Ambrose Roanhorse at the Sante Fe Indian School. Later he worked for many years at Frank Patania Sr's shop. Beautifully done work as is typical of this artist, posts have been added to the original clip on backs, clips remain and they could very easily be converted back to just clip on...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1970 item #1240543
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$1,184.00
This is one amazing find. Dating from the 1950's or so, this pin is not only a fine example of early Zuni inlay work, but also large and impressive as well as being in excellent condition...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1980 item #1238012
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$263.00
Wilson Begay is ( in my humble opinion ) one of the best and least recognized Navajo artists around. His work is high quality in a traditional style and holds up well compared the Harry Morgan, Harry Begay and even Perry Shorty. He does mostly cast work with stamped designs. If I were a collector, I would be buying his work for the future, I think it is under priced compared to others. OK, off my soap box now...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1980 item #1238010
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$278.00
Sandra and Faye Quandelacy are the daughters of Ellen Quandelacy, and both are famous for their corn maiden fetishes and jewelry. This necklace is a beautiful example of her work. The corn maiden pendant is carved from turquoise on both sides with small jet and coral and shell stones set in. The heishi shell necklace has interspersed coral, turquoise, lapis and shell beads...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1940 item #1235314
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$441.00
This particular design with its distinct stamping has been attributed to Horace Iule by Toshio Sei, Dr. Gregory Schaff and several other experts. Horace Iule ( 1901-1978 ) was identified in John Adair's 1944 book as being one of the 2 or 3 best artists in Zuni. He learned from his father and worked with his wife Lupe who he married in 1933. This pin dates from the 1930's when most jewelry was not signed. It is heavy cast silver ( 21 grams ) and is about 2 3/8" tall by 1 7/8" wide...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1980 item #1233530
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$98.00
Martha and Gene Jackson have been making jewelry since the 1980's, Gene learned from Kenneth Begay. These beautiful ear rings are silver set with high grade turquoise in an incised shadow box setting, about 1 3/8" by 1". Marked Jackson and sterling on the back, excellent vintage condition.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1970 item #1233527
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Ted Wadsworth is Victor Coochwytewa's brother in law, he began working in 1954 learning at the Hopi guild. This ring dates from that time period ( 1950's or early 1960's ). Silver overlay about 1 1/8 inches by 7/8 inches on the face, size 9 1/2. Very good vintage condition. Hallmarked with a rabbit stick.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1970 item #1227831
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Sidney Sekakuku was a half brother to Paul Saufkie and begon working in before 1940. His work is hard to come by and very desirable as his work is always very well executed. The face of this ring depicts a water design and is about 1" tall, dates from the 1960's or possibly the 1950's. size 7 hallmarked with the Hopi Guild hallmark and the artists thunderhead cloud hallmark. Excellent vintage condition.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1970 item #1211325
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$443.00
Wallie Sekayuptewa began working in 1948, when he studied with Paul Saufkie and Fred Kabotie, through the 1967, he then stopped due to eye problems. He resumed work in the 1990's and was more prolific then. Older work like this bracelet is very hard to find. Dating from the 1950's it has an untextured background with a design of water and Kiva steps, about 5 3/8" inner circumference PLUS a 1 1/8" gap can be adjusted. about 1" wide...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1980 item #1209777
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$325.00
This is a beautiful older necklace with precise and deep stamp work and a very nice # 8 mine turquoise stone. The silver beads are handcrafted and also very nice. The pendant is about 1 3/4" long and the necklace is about 17 1/2". Excellent vintage condition, signed by the artist. A really beautiful piece.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1960 item #1207346
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Ralph Tawangyoma worked from the late 1920's into the mid-1960's. He was very innovative and his work is much appreciated now. This ring has a nice old turquoise that is hand cut -- not a perfect oval shape and the bezel is deep, both characteristics of older items. It is marked sterling and has the artist's hallmark. About 1 1/8" tall size 6 3/4, excellent worn vintage condition.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1980 item #1207345
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$124.00
Lauren Kovina only worked for a few years ( 1973 to 1981 ) until his untimely death. His work is very hard to come by. He was taught by Bernard Dawahoya. This delicate bracelet is beautifully made about 1/4" wide with a 5 1/4" inside circumference PLUS a 1 3/8" gap that could be carefully adjusted. Hallmarked sterling and the artist's hallmark. Excellent vintage condition.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1980 item #1207225
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$88.00
IMHO, Willie Yazzie Sr. is one of the most under recognized smiths. His designs are innovative, his work is beautifully done. These ear rings are no exception, silver overlay design of thunder birds? is finely and beautifully executed. 1 1/8" diameter, hallmarked by the artist, excellent vintage condition.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1970 item #1206127
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$173.00
These nice earrings are a Frank Patiana design, they have been converted from post to screw back in the distant past and it is very possible that the screw backs covered up the Patiana hallmark ( see images ). They were originally purchased in Arizona marked sterling on the screwbacks and with an "F" on the back of the ear rings. Nice turquoise. About 1 1/4" long nice vintage condition.
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1960 item #1198168
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Joe H Quintana worked from the 1902's until 1991, he was ahead of his time in that much of his work along with Morris Robinson's was very modern in style. This dainty necklace has a fine high domed cab of fine # 8 mine turquoise. The pendant is 2 1/2" long and the necklace meausres about 16". Weight is 12 grams. Excellent vintage condition, hallmarked by the artist.