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Award winning Navajo artist Arland Ben created this sterling silver and 14kt gold natural turquoise bracelet. The bracelet is 1" wide and features natural Bisbee turquoise from Arizona with many 14kt gold petroglyph figures. The bracelet will fit a 6 1/4" wrist including a 1 1/4" opening.

Item Number: 54903 ... Price: $2,400.00

Mata Ortiz Potter Jose Martinez Cano created this polychrome geometric design pot. The pot is 10" in height by 7" wide.

Item Number: J3523 ... Price: $1,095.00

Award-winning Jemez Pueblo artist Victor Vigil created this alabaster "Prayer" sculpture. The sculpture is 17" in height by 8" wide by 9" in depth.

Item Number: 31783 ... Price: $1,395.00

Mata Ortiz Potter Damian Quezada created this polychrome geometric design pot. The pot is 12" in height by 12" in diameter.

Item Number: J074 ... Price: $1,550.00

Award-winning Jemez Pueblo artist Joe Cajero Jr. created this one of a kind polychrome kiva pot Joe named "Someone Forgot Their Rattle!" The pot is 10" diameter by 18" in height (including the ladder emerging from the kiva. The figures include deer, fish, bear, and bird. In 2014, Joe was named a Living Treasure at the Native Treasures Show of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe.

Item Number: 21334 ... Price: $1,375.00

Award-winning Jemez Pueblo artist Alvina Yepa created this large red etched and carved melon pot. Etched kiva steps encircle the shoulder of the pot, along with an etched corn stalk, pointing to kiva steps at the lip of the pot (signifying steps into the heart of the pot). All enveloped by a melon, signifying prosperity. Each rib of the melon is so perfect to seem engraved by a ruler. But it's all within the hands of Alvina, as is the satiny smooth polish. The pot is 7 3/4" in height by 9" in diameter.

Item Number: 50942 ... Price: $1,500.00

Alvina Yepa, award-winning potter of Jemez Pueblo created this stunning pot she calls "Kiva." The carved steps on the lip represent the two Pueblo kivas, the outer Pumpkin Kiva, and the inner Turquoise kiva. The four panels represent the prayers given to the four directions. Two panels each of rain and kiva and corn, symbolizing sacred rain and prayers bringing sustenance and profound purpose. The pot is approximately 9" tall and approximately 8 1/2" in diameter at the widest, tapering to a lip of 3".

Item Number: 54155 ... Price: $1,500.00

Hopi pot by award-winning (Deceased 1919-2012) Joy Navasie "Frog Woman" circa 2000. Pot measures 9 1/2" in diameter and approximately 6" tall. This pot is from a collection and has some wear.

Item Number: 54427 ... Price: $1,350.00

Mata Ortiz Edwardo Ortiz created this polychrome geometric design pot. The pot is 8" in height by 7" in diameter.

Item Number: J474 ... Price: $1,050.00

Navajo artist Fritson Toledo created this sterling silver and natural 5-stone turquoise row bracelet. The bracelet is 1 3/8" at the widest point and features five outstanding examples of natural Morenci turquoise stones from Arizona. The bracelet will fit a 6 1/2" wrist and has a 1" opening.

Item Number: 54074 ... Price: $1,450.00

Award winning Navajo/Apache artist Gibson Nez (deceased) created this hand-stamped and repousse bolo. This is an excellent example of Gibson's classic silver work style using a piece of natural Bisbee turquoise from Arizona. The bolo is 3 3/8" in height by 2 3/4" wide and has a 6-ply black hand-made flat-back strap and hand made tips.

Item Number: 53778 ... Price: $1,995.00

Navajo artist Hank Vandever created this hand-stamped sterling silver and natural turquoise bolo. The bolo is 3 1/8" in height by 3" at its widest point and features 85.5cts of natural Pilot Mountain turquoise from Nevada. The bolo also features hand-made sterling silver tips and a 44", 10-ply black leather strap.

Item Number: 53857 ... Price: $1,695.00

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