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Above are two beautifully executed (and heavyweight) buckles by Joseph D Coriz of Kewa (Santo Domingo Pueblo) The one at right is 1 /38 by 2 5/8 inches. With a 14kt gold moon (and small gold dots scattered throughout) it how much of plants animals and forces of nature that affect traditional life in the Pueblos. $725. (TUCSON)
If there was ever a bola tie that could be worn to a formal affair, this is it. A wonderfully iridescent piece of white mother of pearl shell, set in sterling and set off with a deep rich blue turquoise from the Tyrone Mine. 1.75 inches long. Meticulously crafted with great attention to detail, including a cord keeper on the reverse. By the incomparable Robert Sorrell. $850. (TUCSON)
A truly exceptional sandcast buckle by Gary Custer, set with a very fine stone from the Turquoise Mountain Mine in the Kingman Mining District. 4 inches long and made for 1 1/4 inch belt. $675 At right is a fine buckle by Robert Sorrell, accented by a coral bead. Made for 1a 1 14 inch belt, the buckle itself masures 2 by 3 inches. $800. (SANTA FE)
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At left is a sandcast bola tie by Robert Sorrell. The design was inspired by circuit board schematics. It doesn't get any more innovative. 2.5 inches long and $800. (ON LAYAWAY) The center bola tie is set with turquoise from the Pilot Mountain Mine in Nevada by Craig Agoodie. 2 5/8 by 2 1/4 inches. $875. (SANTA FE) The bola at right is by Sorrell and set with Pilot Mountain turquoise. $975. (TUCSON)
Three nice dress buckles, each made for a 1 inch belt. The one at left was made by Ray Adakai and is $150. The concha buckle at right is a little lighter than the one at far left, Made by Marcella James. $54. (SANTA FE)
An absolutely terrific buckle by the equally terrific Navajo silversmith, Arland Ben. Set with a great range of natural Bisbee turquoise. 2 by 3 inches and made for a 1.5 inch belt. $2400 (SANTA FE)
Hopi silversmith Anderson Koinva made the badger paw buckle for a 1 1/2 inch belt. The buckle itself measures just over 2 by 3 inches and is $400. The one next it to it was made for a 1.25 inch belt and is 2.25 by 3 inches. Set with Kingman turquoise. $300 (BOTH IN TUCSON)
The pioneering Tohono O'odham silversmith, Rick Manuel made this overlay buckle with a summer thunderstorm. A fine example of the desert overlay tradition he began many years ago. Made for a 1 1/4 inch belt, it measures 2 1/8 by 1 5/8 inches. $475. (TUCSON) The contemporary buckle at right, set with an exceptionally nice turquoise from the Royston Mine in Nevada, is by Robert Sorrell. Also made for a 1 1/4 inch belt, it measures 2.5 by 1.75 inches. $1100. (SANTA FE)
The Navajo sandcast buckle at left is by Navajo jeweler Arthur Smith. Set with Morenci turquoise, it was made for a belt 1.25 inches wide. (TUCSON) The one at right was made by Alvin Thompson and fits a 1 1/2 inch belt. Overall it measures 2.25 by 2 7/8 inches. $240. (TUCSON)
At right: phenomenal belt buckle by Robert Sorrel set with natural Bisbee turquoise and accented by 14kt gold geometric shapes. 2 by 2.75 inches, it was made to accommodate a 1 1/4 inch belt. $1600. (SANTA FE)
At left, an elegant buckle by Robert Sorrell. Set with natural turquoise from the Tyrone Mine, it was made for a 1 inch belt, the buckle measures 1.5 by 2.75 inches. $825 (TUCSON)
BELOW: The ranger buckle at left was crafted by Pat Pruitt out of titanium! Lightweight but incredibly durable. Made for a 1 inch belt. $2400. The more traditional one below is of sterling silver, made for a 3/4 inch belt and made by Lee Charley. $300. (TUCSON)
The buckle at left is set with a mixture of turquoise from the Kingman and Sleeping Beauty mines in Arizona. 2 by 3 inches. $450 (Tucson) Lorenzo Shirley made the sandcast buckle at right. Designed for for a 1 inch belt, it measures measures 2.75 by 2.5 inches. $350. (BOTH IN TUCSON)