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Classic sterling silver wide band ring, with hand-stamping on the side. Circa 1960's (unknown Navajo). The ring is 1/2" across and a Size 9.

Item Number: 54650 ... Price: $60.00

Unknown artist created this circa 1990's sterling silver and multi-color mosaic inlay tie tack. The tie tack is 1/2" in height by 3/8" wide and features natural turquoise, gaspeite and opal mosaic inlay.

Item Number: 53804 ... Price: $95.00

Circa 1990's Unknown Navajo Artist Sterling Silver Jasper Post Earrings Signed Chee. Beautiful picture Jasper, reminiscent of the Painted Desert or canyonlands with cliff dwellings. Really nice stamped silverwork around the stone. Earrings measure 1 3/8" by 1" at the widest.

Item Number: 55353 ... Price: $120.00

Unknown artist created this circa 1990's sterling silver and multi-color mosaic inlay tie tack. The tie tack is 1/2" in height by 5/8" wide and features natural red coral, sugilite, turquoise and opal mosaic inlay.

Item Number: 53805 ... Price: $135.00

Circa 1990's Unknown Artist Sterling Silver Mosaic Inlay Bear Pendant Sign C J. Multi-inlay of turquoise, spiny oyster, mother of pearl, lapis, and jet. Bear measures approximately 1 5/8" across by 1" at widest, plus a bale and ring of 5/8".

Item Number: 55351 ... Price: $180.00

Unknown Navajo circa 1960's Sterling Silver Natural Bisbee Turquoise Watchtips. Each tip measures approximately 1 1/2" by 1 1/8".

Item Number: 54779 ... Price: $195.00

Award-winning Navajo artist, Abraham Begay, created this ring (Circa 1980's), Sterling Silver Overlay Storyteller. The band ring is approximately 3/8" wide and is a Size 12.

Item Number: 55483 ... Price: $200.00

Vintage Maisel Tourist Bracelet set with Natural Turquoise (Cracked). Really cool old piece, maybe 1950's. The turquoise setting is 2" by 1 7/8", and the bracelet is 1" and tapers. The bracelet will fit a 6 1/4" wrist including an opening of 7/8"

Item Number: 55629 ... Price: $225.00

Tina Moquino of Santo Domingo Pueblo created this 4-Strand Treasure Necklace. Treasure necklaces evolved from the old-time "tab" necklaces, named for how wafers of turquoise were drilled and interspersed on heishi necklaces. Tina learned her craft from her mother, the well known Laura Moquino. Tina's treasure necklaces are an eclectic and fun collection of stones and shells, carved and rolled, and interspersed with wafers of spiny oyster and jet rondells. This necklace measures approximately 38" and is traditionally finished in braided waxed thread. The materials include gold lip mother of pearl heishi, glass beads, turquoise and jet fetishes (horses). The length is adjustable.

Item Number: 54986 ... Price: $240.00

Unknown Artist, Circa 1970's, created this Sterling Silver and Natural Castle Dome Turquoise and Red Coral Pendant. The pendant measures approximately 2 1/2" at longest by 2" at the widest, and features classic 1970's fleur di lis silverwork. The handmade chain is 24" long.

Item Number: 55630 ... Price: $255.00

Myron Panteah, Zuni Pueblo (Deceased), created these Sterling Silver earrings set with Natural Royston Turquoise. The stone setting measures approximately 1" by 7/8" across. The sterling dangle post hang 1 1/8" at the longest.

Item Number: 55535 ... Price: $295.00

Ca 1970's Santo Domingo Pueblo (unknown artist), 4-Strand Stabilized Turquoise and Oliveshell Heishi Treasure Necklace. Wonderful and fun, complete with old coral, sandstone beads, shells, agates, silver barrel, and a jasper bear fetish. Strung on waxed cord, the necklace hangs down approximately 17".

Item Number: DHF20 ... Price: $300.00

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