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Directory: Estate Jewelry: Silver: Native American: Pre 1980: item # 1204888

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SOLD Lincoln & Helen Zunie signed H-L Zunie, are the Zuni artists of this beautiful rare an unusual multi-stone inlay Conestoga or Covered Wagon set in sterling silver. Stones are turquoise, mother of pearl shell, yellow shell,and rare orange spiny oyster shell jewelry. This jewelry matching Conestoga or covered wagon set consists of one Zuni necklace, a matching bracelet a matching ring and a matching pin. As of today 11/5/2013 there is a set of cuff links (not shown or included in this set or this price, as it is priced separately) that match this set which is not included in this set made by the same artists that could be purchased additionally to complete your set as they can be converted to earrings by our local jeweler. Additional charges will apply to have them converted. Estimated price to convert $40. Necklace measures in total length is 15 3/8"L end to end. Six wagons three along either side of the necklace measure 1 3/4"H x 2"W. Base wagon on necklace is slightly larger measuring 2"h x 2 1/2"L with handmade silver beads and silver cones strung on a silver chain. Pin is the same size as the side wagon pieces as is the bracelet same size, whereas the ring is slightly smaller measuring 1"H x 1 1/4"L. Ring size is approximately 6 1/2 but can be sized for an additional $40 to whatever size you would like just let us know what size you are needing. Ring has two small pieces of coral missing in the bottom left wheel that any qualified jeweler could fix for you. Bracelet is connected using 4 silver wires tapering from 1 1/4" from wagon to 5/8" width at bracelets opening. Diameter of bracelet is 6 1/2". Bracelet's opening is 3/8". We are selling set as is. On ring, front wheel bottom part of orange spiny oyster shell is missing. Either you or we can repair it, or you can have it repaired. If we repair there will be a two way shipping charge to send it to our repair person in Oklahoma and also for the cost of repair itself over and above the cost of the set as price listed. Circa 1960-1970's and artists are featured in the out of print Zuni Blue book, Vol 3 page 16. FOR ADDITIONAL ITEMS OF AUTHENTIC NATIVE AMERICAN PAWN TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY JEWELRY AND ADDITIONAL NATIVE AMERICAN ART PLEASE VIEW OUR MAIN WEBSITE AT MUDHEADGALLERY.COM THANK YOU!

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