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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

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

Unknown Artist Circa 1970's Sterling Silver 3-Stone Natural Turquoise Ring Signed B Size 7 1/4

Item Number: 55633 ... Price: $80.00

Unknown Navajo created this circa 1950's sterling silver and natural turquoise cluster buckle. The buckle is 3 1/2" long by 2 1/2" at the widest point and can accommodate a belt up to 2" wide.

Item Number: 53310 ... Price: $595.00

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

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

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

Three-strand Fetish Necklace, circa 1970's, by unknown Zuni. Fifty -seven fetishes, including bears, birds, turtles, frogs, and fox handcarved from shells and stones including natural coral, malachite, abilone, jasper, tiger eye and turquoise. Strung on handground olive shell and turquoise heishi. Three strands layer, with the longest strand measuring 32". A beautiful piece.

Item Number: 55420 ... Price: $895.00

Award-winning Hopi artist Watson Honanie, created this 14kt gold overlay on sterling story bracelet. The scene depicts the animal migration, which represents the travels of the ancient ones to their center world. Each of the animals has significance. The buffalo symbolizes endurance to overcome one's weakness. The ram secures an increase in the flocks. The deer represents plentiful sustenance. And the mountain lion is the elder brother and most powerful. The progression ending with the family of mountain lions represents leadership and resourcefulness and the sacred charge to protect the children of men from evil and be the maker of paths of men's lives. The bracelet will fit a 7" wrist, including an opening of 1".

Item Number: 54851 ... Price: $1,100.00

Award-winning Navajo artist Wayne Muskett created this sterling silver channel inlay design bracelet. The bracelet is 3/8" at its widest point and features natural turquoise, lapis, red coral, gaspeite and spiny oyster channel inlay. The bracelet will fit a 6 1/4" wrist including a 1 1/8" opening.

Item Number: 55360 ... Price: $240.00

Award-winning Navajo artist Wayne Muskett created this sterling silver channel inlay design bracelet. The bracelet is 3/8" at its widest point and features natural black onyx, jasper and tiger-eye channel inlay. The bracelet will fit a 6 1/4" wrist including a 1 1/8" opening.

Item Number: 55539 ... Price: $250.00

Navajo artist Wayne Muskett created this sterling silver and multi-color mosaic inlay bracelet. The bracelet is 3/4" wide and and features natural onyx, red coral and turquoise channel inlay. The bracelet will fit a 6 1/4" wrist and has a 1 1/8" opening.

Item Number: 55540 ... Price: $595.00

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