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NATIVE AMERICAN ZUNI SLEEPING BEAUTY TURQUOISE EARRINGS BY DIANE LONJOSE

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NAVAJO STERLING SILVER & TURQUOISE RING NATIVE AMERICAN

 This ring is a great representation of hand made Navajo jewelry.  Striking design that is compliments the vivid blue stone.  Sterling Silver and turquoise.  Weighs 10 grams.  Size 10  1/2.  5/8″ wide The Navajos began working with silver in the 19th century, and began making things like buckles, bridles, buttons,...
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NAVAJO STERLING SILVER & TURQUOISE BRACELET 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...
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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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MOTHER OF PEARL & JET CUFFLINKS BY NANCY & SHELDON WESTIKA ZUNI

Stunning cufflinks that feature Jet and Mother of Pearl inlaid in a sterling silver setting. Hand made with high quality craftsmanship that is a great representation of the traditional inlay work.  Hand made by Zuni jewelers Nancy and Sheldon Westika.  The Westikas have been making jewelry since the 1970’s and...
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BUTTERFLY PENDANT BY GARY CUSTER NAVAJO SAND CAST

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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TURQUOISE & JET CUFFLINKS BY NANCY & SHELDON WESTIKA ZUNI

Striking color combination.  The marvelous cufflinks feature Jet and Kingman Turquoise inlaid in a sterling silver setting.  Hand made with high quality craftsmanship that is a great representation of the traditional inlay work.  Hand made by Zuni jewelers Nancy and Sheldon Westika.  The Westikas have been making jewelry since the...
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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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TURQUOISE & HENNA LIMESTONE EARRINGS BY NANCY AND SHELDON WESTIKA ZUNI

Zuni jewelry makers, Nancy and Sheldon Westika created  these stunning earrings.  Made out of sterling silver and inlaid with Henna Limestone and Turquoise.  Zuni artists are known for their lapidary work.  The Westikas have been making jewelry since the 1970’s and they are known for their fine inlay work.  Weighs...
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ZUNI JET & TURQUOISE RING BY NANCY & SHELDON WESTIKA

Zuni jewelry makers, Nancy and Sheldon Westika created  this lovely ring.  Made out of sterling silver and inlaid with natural turquoise and jet.  Zuni artists are known for their lapidary work.  The Westikas have been making jewelry since the 1970’s and they are known for their fine inlay work.  Signed. ...
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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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