These are unique -but non-Indian items- that we have acquired over time, often as part of American Indian collections we have purchased. They can be seen in our Tucson store. The items can be vintage Western, Mid-Eastern, Scandinavian, Tibetan....just about anything might pop up!
The first two images are the two faces of a double-sided pendant from Mexico. Silver, brass and copper with a crushed stone mosaic. The next two are also both side of a double-sided pendant of silver , copper and brass with a crushed stone mosaic. Each is 2 inches across and $125.
Two link silver bracelets from the Katmandu Valley in Tibet. About 1.5 inches wide and 8.25 inches long. $300 each. A turquoise and malachite inlaid lizard, 3 inches long. Uisgned. $225. The bracelet with the two coral and wonderful peice of Blue Gem turquoise was made by Carlos Diaz, in Tucson, He apprenticed (many years ago now) with the Patania. 1.5 inches wide and made for a medium wrist. $675.
.The butterfly by Benny and Valerie Aldrich is set with ocean jasper and turquoise. The butterfly itself is 7/8 by 2.5 inches is on a necklace 21 inches in length. $900. The dragon buckle with coral is from the Katmandu Valley in Tibet. Made to accommodate a 1 1/2 inch belt, it measures 2.5 by 1.75 inches. $375. The Hanuli necklaces is.958 silver. Hollloware formed it is $400.
Earrings by Lawrence and Maria Baca. 5/8 inch square. $125.Earrings also by the Bacas in sterling and brass with goldplated ear wires 1 1/8 by 1.5 inches, not including the wire. $210. Hand engraved silver earrings from Mexico. SOLD Spiral motif earrings of uncertain silver content, from Morocco. Hand engraved. SOLD The Marwar1 design earrings from Tibet are holloware formed and measure just over 1.25 inches across. $120.