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Ca 1950's Unknown Artist Sterling Silver Natural Turquoise 4-Row Bracelet (Sixty Stones)

Item Number: 55952 ... Price: $1,400.00

Award winning Navajo artist Leonard Nez created this sterling silver and turquoise bolo. The bolo is 2 1/4" long by 2 1/4" at the widest point and features a natural Kingman Spiderweb turquoise stone from Arizona. The bolo has a 42" black 8-ply leather strap and has hand-made sterling silver tips.

Item Number: 56346 ... Price: $1,495.00

Circa 1970's Navajo Kokopelli Overlay Link Concho Belt Engraved Leon Damon (Navajo). Fifteen conchos and one buckle, each measuring 2" by 1 1/2" wide, and each one a different kokopelli scene, even different renditions of the kokopelli, like a rendering of kokopelli petroglyphs from across the centuries.

Item Number: 55339 ... Price: $1,500.00

Award-winning Everett and Mary Teller, Navajo, created this Sterling Silver bolo set with natural Royston Turquoise and strung on handmade Sterling Silver Lanyard, their signature style of bolos. The bolo measures 3 1/8" long by 1 7/8" across at widest, tapering to 1 1/2".

Item Number: 55470 ... Price: $1,500.00

Concho belt by Navajo Victor Moses Begay, Circa 1980's. Sterling silver conchos and butterlies feature hand stamping and reposse work, and natural turquoise set in clusters. The sterling buckle is open like an old-time ranger buckle. Really a classic and classy piece. Nine conchos each measure 2" by 1 5/8" at the widest. Ten butterflies each measure 1 7/8" by 1" at the widest. The buckle measures 2 1/2" by 2 1/8" and is signed Signed VMB. The belt will fit a 30" waist.

Item Number: 56047 ... Price: $1,500.00

Kenneth Aguilar and Angie Crespin of Santo Domingo Pueblo created this awesome ten strand tiny wafer necklace of spiny oyster, interspersed with turquoise. Beautifully matched rare deep purple spiny oyster is painstakingly shaped into thin wafers, along with pastel yellow and turquoise, some in heishi, some little nuggets, some also in thin wafers. The necklace measures 29" long including a 2 1/2" extender.

Item Number: 55862 ... Price: $1,625.00

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

Kenneth Aguilar and Angie Crespin of Santo Domingo Pueblo created this three strand stabilized Kingman Turquoise Jockla Necklace. Gorgeous piece, layered strands lay flat. The longest strand is approximately 24" with the spiny oyster "corn" hanging 1" at longest. The two other strands lay within the longest strand for a beautiful cascade of blue. The heishi is graduated and they've used olive shell heishi spacers across the bottom.

Item Number: 55861 ... Price: $1,750.00

Award winning artist Alverez (Son of White Buffalo) Navajo/Comanche, created this Sterling Silver pendant, hand stamped and set with natural Amethyst. The pendant is reversible, a single stone on one side and luminescent purple with the migration design on the reverse. The design will glow in sunlight. Alverez calls this "Ghost Spirit." The pendant measures 1 3/8" long by 7/8" at the widest, and is 1/2" thick.

Item Number: 54999 ... Price: $1,800.00

Award-winning Santo Domingo Pueblo artist Joseph Coriz created this heavy sterling silver overlay bolo called Blessings and Migration. This significant piece showcases his signature style of Pueblo storytelling in overlay. Shooting stars and ancient petroglyphs are among the symbols representing the connectedness of the celestial to the people and to their heritage. The top 1/3 depicts the animals gathering to bring their individuals powers and wisdom to the village. The bear represents stength, 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. Elk represents the ability to pace oneself and gain increasing stamina. He represents confidence and power. The center third has the male dancer with his rattle calling forth other animals. The fish represents sacred water and sustaining family, clan, and village. The armadillo and turtle are symbols of Mother Earth. All 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. The bolo is 3 1/8" at the longest by 2 1/8" at the widest, made of heavy gauge silver, and features natural Morenci turquoise. The lanyard is 42” 8-ply tan with sterling keeps and tips.

Item Number: 55823 ... Price: $1,950.00

Award-winning David Tune, Creek/Navajo, created this heavy sterling silver bracelet set with natural polychrome Royston turquoise. A significant bracelet, with heft in stone and silverwork. The upper setting measures 3" by 2 1/4". The cuff will fit a 6 5/8" wrist, including an opening of 1 1/4".

Item Number: 55598 ... Price: $1,995.00

Kenneth Aguilar and Angie Crespin of Santo Domingo Pueblo created this 4-strand stabilized Kingman turquoise heishi necklace. The turquoise is separated by olive shell heishi and is graduated from 1/16" in diameter to 3/8". The necklace measures 27" plus a 4" extender. A gorgeous necklace, smooth as silk, beautiful and rare blue. Flows like water.

Item Number: 56116 ... Price: $1,995.00

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