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Circa 1940's Natural #8 Turquoise Tab and Shell Necklace. A classic vintage necklace reminiscent of ceremonial dance pieces. Necklace is 30" around, with no clasp or wrap, finished end to end with shell and turquoise tabs. The shell heishi is hand ground, and the turquoise tabs are graduated, with the largest 1" long by 3/4" across and 3/8" deep. Really cool piece.

Item Number: 55384 ... Price: $595.00

Award-winning Santo Domingo Pueblo artist Joseph Coriz created this Sterling Silver Overlay and 7-strand very rare Natural Ithica Peak turquoise heishi necklace with reversible pendant. The "Blessings and Migration" turtle pendant tells a story on each side. One side features a natural Turquoise stone at the center of a peaceful Pueblo in harmony (symbolized by corn and the healing rain reaching down from the celestial heaven). On the reverse side is a blessing and migration scene. Celestial phenomena and ancient petroglyphs of sacred hands and the migration are among the symbols representing the connectedness of the celestial to the people and to their heritage. The animals are called forth to bring their individual powers and wisdom to the village. The bear represents strength, introspection, and the power of the soul, and tells us to walk our path with purpose. The ram represents the security of a sturdy and increasing flock. The fish represents sacred water and sustaining family, clan, and village. All the animals rest within the turtle, a symbol of Mother Earth, and are blessed by the power of celestial phenomena, which bring the sacred, healing rain. And altogether they represent the spiritual and physical well-being for the Pueblo. The starry night above depicts the connectedness of the people to the celestial powers, to their heritage and to their ancestors. This pendant is suspended from a sterling barrel depicting lightning and rain showering celestial blessings over the pueblo, and hangs from a necklace of hand-ground natural turquoise heishi, connected at the top with sterling barrel keepers featuring more scenes of blessing and migration. The necklace is finished off with a handmade hook and eye and another natural stone. The necklace measures 22 1/2" including the clasp at the top, which measures approximately 5". The turtle pendant measures approximately 3 1/4” by 2” at the widest. This is a stunning example of Joseph's signature style of Pueblo storytelling in overlay.

Item Number: 55715 ... Price: $3,950.00

Award winning Zuni artist Colin Coonsis created this sterling silver bracelet inlaid with black-lip mother of pearl. Stunning inlay, almost as fine as hair in places, was hand cut in an endless array of different sizes and the finished inlay is perfection. The bracelet will fit a 6" wrist, including an opening of 1", and is 3/4" wide. Smoothe as satin. Exceptional inlay.

Item Number: 55714 ... Price: $500.00

Troy Natachu of Zuni Pueblo created this Sterling Silver Multi-Color Mosaic Inlay Bracelet. Inlay stones include coral, jet, gold lip mother of pearl, lapis, red coral, gaspeite, magnasite, variscite, jet and turquoise. The bracelet will fit a 6" wrist, and includes an opening of 1 1/16". The bracelet is beautifully shaped, rounded edges and of significant heft. It measures approximately 3/8" across.

Item Number: 55713 ... Price: $250.00

Made by award-winning Santo Domingo artist, Joseph Coriz, this 1 1/16" wide sterling silver overlay bracelet is one of Joseph's hallmark story bracelets. Each of the panels within the bracelet symbolizes something. The theme throughout is that of blessings and connection. A flute player plays songs that bless the village and call for the blessings of the ancestors (represented by the animals and the clouds and rain). Sacred healing hands and spirals signify healing and protection. The crooked arrows are for powerful energy. The starry night above depicts the connectedness of the people to the celestial powers, to their heritage, and to their ancestors. The spiral is the migration symbol, conveying searching for our center place. And our center place is home, family, and village, sustained by sacred traditions, life-giving forces from the earth we share, by our dreams and by the love we give. The bracelet will fit a 6 5/8" wrist including an opening of 1 3/8".

Item Number: 55712 ... Price: $1,250.00

Navajo artist Michelle Jamison created this sterling silver hand-made sterling silver 3/8" diameter oxidized bead necklace. The necklace is 18" long.

Item Number: 55698 ... Price: $360.00

Navajo artist Michelle Jamison created this sterling silver hand-made sterling silver 3/8" diameter oxidized bead necklace. The necklace is 20" long.

Item Number: 55697 ... Price: $375.00

Navajo artist Michelle Jamison created this sterling silver hand-made sterling silver 3/8" diameter oxidized bead necklace. The necklace is 22" long.

Item Number: 55696 ... Price: $390.00

Northern Paiute Navada Swan created this Sterling Silver Pendant set with Natural Larimar. The setting measures approximately 7/8" by 1/2", and dangles from a hoop approximately 7/8" by 5/8". Navada cuts, polishes and sets her own stones.

Item Number: 55695 ... Price: $80.00

Northern Paiute Navada Swan created this Hand beaded necklace of Kumihimo beads and Boro Glass. The necklace measures 21". A beautiful hand-beaded necklace.

Item Number: 55690 ... Price: $160.00

Northern Paiute Navada Swan created this Hand beaded necklace of Kumihimo beads and pearl Boro Glass. The necklace measures 20". A beautiful hand-beaded necklace.

Item Number: 55689 ... Price: $160.00

Zuni Pueblo artist Prudencia Abeita created these sterling silver natural turquoise and red coral post earrings. Each earring is 1/2" by 1/2".

Item Number: 55686 ... Price: $120.00

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