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Hopi artist Wilmer Saufkie Lomayowma created this Sterling Silver Wave Design Overlay Bracelet (Circa 2000's). The bracelet is approximately 1/2" wide and will fit a 6" wrist, including an opening of 1".

Item Number: 56669 ... List Price: $195.00 Your Price: $185.25

Navajo artist John George created this Sterling Silver and Natural Kingman Spiderweb Turquoise Bracelet (Ca. 2000's). The bracelet features handmade sterling links braided in a box and a gorgeous spiderweb stone. The bracelet measures 7 3/8"

Item Number: 56668 ... List Price: $395.00 Your Price: $375.25

Navajo artist Mitchell Calabaza Tewa created this Sterling Silver and Natural Chinese Turquoise Bracelet Circa 1990's. The bracelet measures 1/2" wide, with the stone adding 1/4" past the rim, and will fit a 5 7/8" wrist, including an opening of 1".

Item Number: 56667 ... List Price: $375.00 Your Price: $356.25

Fritsen Toledo, Navajo, created this sterling silver row bracelet (Ca 1990's). The four stones are natural Candelaria Turquoise. The bracelet measures 5/8" wide and will fit a 5 3/4" wrist, including an opening of 1".

Item Number: 56665 ... List Price: $395.00 Your Price: $375.25

Paul Arviso, Navajo, created this Sterling Silver storyteller bracelet (Ca 1990's). The bracelet shows a scene from Navajo life: Smoke rises from a traditional Navajo hogan, with Monument Valley in the background and a 14kt Moon overhead. The bracelet is approximately 1/2" wide and will fit a 6 3/8" wrist, including an opening of 1 1/8".

Item Number: 56663 ... List Price: $195.00 Your Price: $185.25

Award-winning artist Elizabeth Nah-glee-eh-bah Abeyta (5/6/1955-12/17/2006), created this sculpture, titled, "Contemplating Marriage," circa 1990's. Elizabeth won top awards at Indian Market, Gallup Ceremonial, and her work is represented in museums, collected worldwide and was featured in the award-winning book, Beyond Tradition. Elizabeth's clay sculptures were an intimate expression of her Navajo heritage. Her sculptures considered magical, without the boundaries of traditional Native American culture. The sculptures seem to be caught mid-song or within the moment of a story. The Abeyta family is originally from Canoncito, NM (To'Hajiilee), and is specific to the Canoncito Band of Navajo. Her father, Narciso Ha-so-de Abeyta, was world renowned for his paintings. The father and children differed in content and style in many ways, but their work all connects to life on the Navajo reservation, the world outside of the four sacred mountains of Dinetah, and especially celebrates the continuum of Hozho, Navajo concept of beauty and balance and harmony being at one with the world around you. This sculpture is a great exemplar of her talent and her penchant for including small fun pieces. She measures 16" high, 12" wide, 8 1/2" deep. This piece does not qualify for free shipping.

Item Number: 56610 ... List Price: $1,500.00 Your Price: $1,425.00

Santo Domingo Pueblo artist Pula Calabaza created this circa 1980's 10-strand multi-color heishi necklace. The necklace is 31" in length and features melon shell, jet, red coral and stabilized turquoise heishi.

Item Number: 56600 ... List Price: $1,995.00 Your Price: $1,895.25

Unknown Santo Domingo Pueblo artist created this circa 1970's stabilized turquoise heishi necklace with carved leaf pendant. The necklace is 17" and also has a 4 1/2" extender.

Item Number: 56562 ... List Price: $295.00 Your Price: $280.25

Unsigned and unknown artist created this circa 1960's channel inlay of agate on jet bolo. The bolo is 2 3/8"in height by 1 3/4" wide and features gorgeous translucent Agate.

Item Number: 56542 ... List Price: $195.00 Your Price: $185.25

Unknow Zuni Pueblo artist created this circa 1960 Channel inlay bolo. The bolo is unsigned (possibly made by Frank Vacit) and is 2 3/4" in height by 1 7/8" at the widest point. The "Hopi Bird" bolo also known as "Thunderbird" features mother-of-pearl, turquoise, red coral and jet channel inlay and has a 36", 4-ply leather strap with a "Bennet Clip" and sterling silver tips.

Item Number: 56541 ... List Price: $325.00 Your Price: $308.75

Circa 1970's sterling silver spinner bracelet by deceased Zuni Pueblo artist Julalita Lamy. This bracelet is called a bell bracelet for the shape, 1 7/8" at the widest point, tapering to 1 1/4" and then flaring again to 1 3/4". Beautifully inlaid with abilone, turquoise, coral, and mother of pearl. Hummingbird on one side of the spinner and a red cardinal on the other dance among the vines of flowers. A gorgeous piece. Signe J.L.

Item Number: 56434 ... List Price: $995.00 Your Price: $945.25

Award winning Navajo artist Raynard Scott created this sterling silver buffalo skull bracelet. The bracelet is 5/8" wide and will fit a 6 1/2" wrist. The bracelet has a 1" opening.

Item Number: 56327 ... List Price: $295.00 Your Price: $280.25

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