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NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO STERLING SILVER FEATHER EARRINGS BY CHESTER CHARLEY

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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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BUTTERFLY PENDANT BY GARY CUSTER NAVAJO SAND CAST

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ZUNI JET & SILVER CUFFLINKS BY NANCY & SHELDON WESTIKA

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NATIVE AMERICAN KINGMAN TURQUOISE BRACELET NAVAJO

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NATIVE AMERICAN BEADED BRACELET BY CHARLENE JACKSON

Navajo artist, Charlene Jackson hand beaded this gorgeous beaded bracelet.  Great colors and patterns.  The bracelet is backed with a soft leather and brass is on the inside, so you can adjust the size. The entire inner circumference is about  7  1/4”, including 1” opening.  1  1/4” wide  When trade...
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STERLING SILVER SAND CAST PIN NATIVE AMERICAN

Marvelous sand cast pin made out of sterling silver.  Great traditional design.  A timeless beauty that you will enjoy for years.  Weighs 9 grams. 3/4” wide x 1  7/8” long The Navajos began working with silver in the 19th century, and began making things like buckles, bridles, buttons, rings, canteens,...
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NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO STERLING SILVER & TURQUOISE BOLO TIE BY GARY CUSTER

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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JET & RED LINE OBSIDIAN CUFFLINKS BY NANCY & SHELDON WESTIKA ZUNI

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NATIVE AMERICAN BARRETTES BY HABANA THOMAS NAVAJO

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 traditional designs and to adorn everything from clothing to ceremonial objects.  Artists from the Navajo Reservation in the Four Corners Area, bead...
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