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Award winning Navajo artist Fritson Toledo created this sterling silver and natural Broken Arrow Variscite from Nevada bracelet. The bracelet is 1 1/2" at the widest point tapering to 3/8" and will fit a 6 1/4" wrist including a 1" opening.

Item Number: 56731 ... List Price: $295.00 Your Price: $280.25

Zuni Pueblo artist Quinton Quam created this very unusual and wonderful reversible link bracelet. Eight individual discs are inlaid on both sides, for a total of 15 birds and one butterfly encircling the wrist. Each disc measures approximately 3/4" in diameter. The link bracelet is 3/4" wide by 9 1/2" in length (including the finishing of lobster clasp and 3 rings for adjustable length). The links are: Eagle and Hummingbird, Flamingo and flying Bluejay, Raven and Snowy Owl, Oriole and Butterfly, Hummingbird and Bluebird, Gambel Quail and Red-headed Woodpecker, Cardinal and Bluejay, and Redbird with Roadrunner. The material Quinton used is all natural turquoise, red coral, mother-of-pearl, jet, lapid, spiny oyster, abalone, and Pacific coral.

Item Number: 56729 ... List Price: $850.00 Your Price: $807.50

Circa 1990's bracelet by Richard Begay Navajo (Deceased), an award-winning Artist. A beautiful example of his wonderful work in sterling and multi-stone inlay and overlay. At the center is the hogan, symbolizing so much of Navajo belief, with corn on one side and a Navajo Yei dancer on the other, this piece embodies what's at the heart of Navajo culture. The cuff is 1 1/4" wide and will fit a 6 3/4" wrist, including an opening of 1 1/8".

Item Number: 56726 ... List Price: $750.00 Your Price: $712.50

Award-winning artists, Kenneth Aguilar and Angie Crespin of Santo Domingo Pueblo, created this 1-Strand Treasure Necklace, full of stones and shells and color. Sponge coral in barrels and tabs, turquoise in nuggets and rondells and tabs, abilone, spiney oyster, and jet. The necklace measures 27". Really fun and beautiful.

Item Number: 56723 ... List Price: $250.00 Your Price: $237.50

Award winning artists Kenneth Aguilar and Angie Crespin of Santo Domingo created this single-strand Stabilized Kingman Turquoise Rondell Necklace. Painstakingly shaped individual turquoise and spiny oyster rondells measure 21 1/2".

Item Number: 56722 ... List Price: $225.00 Your Price: $213.75

Circa 1970's by unknown artist, Sterling Silver Hand-Made Link Chain Necklace, 27".

Item Number: 56721 ... List Price: $80.00 Your Price: $76.00

Navajo artist Willie A Yazzie Jr created this sterling silver overlay bolo (Circa 1970's) featuring a Badger Paw. The bolo measures 2" by 2" at the widest, tapering to 1".

Item Number: 56720 ... List Price: $140.00 Your Price: $133.00

Ca 2000's Unknown Artist 14kt Gold Natural Morenci Ring Stone Size 5 1/4

Item Number: 56719 ... List Price: $695.00 Your Price: $660.25

Circa 2000's Unknown Sterling Silver Natural Persian Turquoise and Lapis Reversible Bear Pendant

Item Number: 56717 ... List Price: $295.00 Your Price: $280.25

Circa 1990's Unknown Zuni artist (Signed with engraver LME) created this Sterling Silver pin/pendant set with Handcut Needlepoint natural Turquoise. The pin/pendant measures 1" in diameter.

Item Number: 56716 ... List Price: $95.00 Your Price: $90.25

Circa 1990's Unknown Zuni artist created this Sterling Silver spinner pendant. One side is coral, the other turquoise, cut in tiny beads (called snake-eye or pin cushion). Really sweet piece. The pendant is approximately 1" diameter, and hangs from a machine made silver chain.

Item Number: 56715 ... List Price: $150.00 Your Price: $142.50

Ca. 1970's Unknown Hopi Sterling Silver Overlay Pin. The pin measures 2 1/4" across by 3/4" at the widest.

Item Number: 56694 ... List Price: $125.00 Your Price: $118.75

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