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MURRAY TSATTIE ZUNI TURQUOISE EARRINGS NATIVE AMERICAN

Vibrant blue turquoise is set in sterling silver to make a fabulous design.  These earrings are a classic style of petite point jewelry.  Hand made by Zuni jeweler, Murray Tsattie.  Weighs 10 grams.  Make a statement with these timeless earrings.  Signed  1  1/4” wide x 1  3/4” long  Zuni Pueblo...
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GARY CUSTER NAVAJO SAND CAST BOLO TIE NATIVE AMERICAN

In the mid 1800s, Navajo silversmiths started to use sand casting as one of their silversmithing techniques.  Today, silversmiths still use this technique by carving a design in tufa stone (a porous limestone) and then placing another stone against it.  The two pieces are fastened together and molten silver is poured in.  Once it has cooled, the artist takes the piece out and finishes it. Gary Custer hand made this magnificent sterling silver bolo in this manner.  Sterling silver with a turquoise stone.  Signed.  Weighs 72 grams 2  1/8” wide x 2  3/4” long 47″ long with bolo strap & sterling silver tips The Navajos began working with silver in the 19th century, and began making things like buckles, bridles, buttons, rings, canteens, hollow beads, earrings, crescent-shaped pendants (called “najas”), bracelets, crosses, powder chargers, tobacco canteens, and conchos (for belts).  Their silversmithing skills has evolved and changed throughout the years, and in about 1880 Navajo silversmiths started to set turquoise in their silver work.  Traditionally, Navajo artists worked with jewelry techniques like repousee and stamp work, but today they explored in other Native American jewelry making techniques like Zuni inlay work and Hopi overlay work.
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TURQUOISE SAND CAST RING BY GARY CUSTER NAVAJO

In the mid 1800s, Navajo silversmiths started to use sand casting as one of their silversmithing techniques.  Today, silversmiths still use this technique by carving a design in tufa stone (a porous limestone) and then placing another stone against it.  The two pieces are fastened together and molten silver is poured in.  Once...
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OWEN & LENORE CHEYKAYCHI SANTO DOMINGO/HOPI TURQUOISE SLAB EARRINGS

Besides their beautiful heishi jewelry, Santo Domingo artists are known for their slab stone earrings.  Slab earrings are hand-cut from rough rock, shaped, and polished.  There is little or no silver work, so the beauty of the stone stands out.  Traditionally, slab earrings were made out of shell or turquoise,...
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NAVAJO BEADED EARRINGS BY MATILDA POYER NATIVE AMERICAN

Gorgeous beaded earrings by Matilda Poyer. Great combination of colors.  With ear wires are 2  1/8” in length.     1″ x 1  1/2″ When trade beads were introduced to Native Americans, they made these colorful glass beads part of their jewelry. Over the years, glass beads have been used to complement...
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CHARLENE JACKSON NAVAJO BEADED BARRETTE NATIVE AMERICAN

Fabulous beaded barrette with Navajo artist Charlene Jackson.  Charlene uses small seed beads to create her jewelry and backs it with soft leather. 1  1/8” wide x 4  3/8” long When trade beads were introduced to Native Americans, they made these colorful glass beads part of their jewelry.  Over the...
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EDISON WALELA ZUNI TURQUOISE EARRINGS NATIVE AMERICAN

Vibrant blue turquoise is set in sterling silver to make a fabulous design.  Each turquoise stone is carved.  Hand made by Zuni jeweler, Edison Walela.  Weighs 6 grams.  Make a statement with these timeless earrings. 1/2” wide x 2” long  Zuni Pueblo is the largest pueblo in New Mexico, and...
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ZUNI TURQUOISE KNIFEWING NECKLACE BY NANCY & SHELDON WESTIKA

Zuni jewelers Nancy and Sheldon Westika created this stunning Knifewing necklace.  This hand made sterling silver chain, compliments the pendant.  The Knifewing is inlaid with a vivid blue turquoise.  The Westikas are know for their great channel inlay work.  An exquisite statement piece that you will enjoy for many years. ...
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BEADED BARRETTE BY CHARLENE JACKSON NAVAJO

Lovely beaded barrette with Navajo artist Charlene Jackson.  Charlene uses small seed beads to create her jewelry and backs it with soft leather. 1  1/8” wide x 4  1/2” long When trade beads were introduced to Native Americans, they made these colorful glass beads part of their jewelry.  Over the...
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NATIVE AMERICAN BEAWORK NAVAJO EARRINGS BY CHARLENE JACKSON

These dazzling beaded earrings will make a statement!  Great colors and designs.  Hand made by Navajo artist Charlene Jackson.   With ear wires are 2  5/8” in length.       1″ x 2″   When trade beads were introduced to Native Americans, they made these colorful glass beads part of their jewelry. Over the...
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