This is a beautiful, handcrafted turquoise and silver bracelet by famed Navajo silversmith Daniel "Sunshine" Reeves. Born in Twin Lakes, New Mexico in 1966, Daniel “Sunshine” Reeves is an award-winning Navajo artist of many talents...
The weight of this Zuni bracelet is 84 grams. With turquoise and coral.
Sterling silver with turquoise and coral.
Weight: 76 grams.
This assortment of worn and never worn ethnographic jewelry (90.1018A & 101.1DHD; FP1361B; JI213, 228, 401, 403 & 408; KEB9 & 13; MAP109; and WJF1124) consists of rings, a bracelet, ear studs, earrings, a bead, and a cross. From African, Ethiopian, Native American, Islamic, Seljuk, and Mexican cultures, the materials used consist of gold, silver, lapis, amber, and faience. The various items date from c.1200AD until late 20th century; prices from $35-$195...
.75" wide and 1.25" opening of bracelet. c. 1950.
Beautiful Native American crafted pin featuring sterling silver star with five points, each with cut out flowing arrows with attached simi precious stones. Some of the simi precious stone beads are malachite, amethyst and lapis. It is signed on back " SPIRIT OF TWO, 1989, 925." The star itself 1 3/4" long and the total pin measures 3 3/8" long. This wonderful pin is in mint condition!!
Offered is a set by a prize winning Navajo
designer who excels in silver and gold overlay,shadowbox jewelry. Mr. Nelson has been active since 1975. For furthur information, see American Indian Jewelry by Gregory Schaaf and Angie Yan Schaaf, p.244. The necklace pendant on a 21" chain is crafted of 14K overlay on sterling and measures 2 l/2"x2"; The yei figures that adorn the chain are 2"x1/2" and the accenting turquoise in serrated bezels is spiderweb...
Victor Gabriel is a Washoe Indian from the Lake Tahoe and Great Basin areas of California, working since 1975. He is an advanced silversmith whose esthetic of Native American is evidenced in his forms and lapidary work. This ring shows his skill as a goldsmith as well. A large opal is set in a gold bezel, framed by sugilite, coral and turquoise. The opal is 1"x1/2", size 7 1/4; excellent condition.
Jim Harrison, student of Preston Monongye and Jessie Monongye, has been active since l981 and has become well known and highly collectible for the beauty of his designs of combined materials of precision mosaic inlay. The set offered here consists of a pendant, 2 1/4"Lx1 1/4"W on a 30" chain; bracelet: 5 1/4" inner, plus 1 1/8" gap,1/2"W; earrings: 1"x1 1/8". Excellent condition. See listing in American Indian Jewelry I, 1200 artist biographies by Gregory Schaaf, p. 172.
This handsome, heavy gauge, Navajo ring is set with an agate of black and red matrix on a caramel background. The stone has two small rim flakes (see pic), which do not detract. The stone measures 7/8"x3/4". Size 8 1/2-9.
This is a superb example of Northwest coast silversmithing. Although it is signed J. Lyn, 89, I have no information on the artist. Note the applied gold eye of the bird. Measures 6 1/2" plus a 3/4" gap,