On our website we offer a cross-section of our extensive inventory. Please let us know if you do not find what you are looking for. Additionally, several of the jewelry artists we work with will create custom work for you.
Two beautiful 8 strand necklaces by Mary Calabaza of Kewa Pueblo (formerly Santo Domingo Pueblo) One of jet and turquoise and the other of bamboo coral and turquoise. Each $700. (SANTA FE)
New jewelry from Rolanda Haloo!
The owl earrings are 1.25 inches long (not including the wires). $190 each (the Snowy Owls have SOLD). The hummingbird earrings are also 1.25 inches long and $190 each. (ALL IN SANTA FE)
Below is work by her son Colin Coonsis.
Colin Coonsis is in Japan with his work this week but we acquired these not long before he left. The pendant at left is accented by an inlay of gaspeite along with the turquoise. That one is 2 inches long including the bale and is set with abalone shell on the reverse. $140. The black mother of pearl pendant also has a reverse inlay of abalone. 2.25 inches long. $150. And the round pendant at right not only has an abalone inlay on reverse, with the edge is inlaid as well! - set with pen shell, turquoise and mother of pearl. Just under 1.5 inches in diameter. $140. (ALL IN TUCSON BUT SANTA FE HAS MORE OF HIS WORK AS WELL)
A lovely deep red coral squash blossom necklace from the 1970s. 25 inches long. $1100 (SANTA FE)
A phenomenal sugilite necklace by Jake Cowboy. The beads are faceted and were not made by Cowboy, but the silver beads are handmade as is the rest of the work on this stunning piece. The sugilite at the bottom measures just over 2 inches square! (SANTA FE)
A beautiful pair of spiderweb turquoise mosaic earrings by Abraham Begay. 1 1/8 inches in length and $300. (TUCSON) The stunning pair at right were made by Olivia Whitethorne and are set with various shades of coral, along with turquoise and charoite. 1.25 inches long $375. (SANTA FE)
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These four Rainbow Dancer pin-pendants were made by Fadrian and Vivica Bowannie. The two at right are 2.25 inches high and $180 each. The ones at right are 2.25 by 1.75 inches and $240 each. (ALL IN TUCSON)
Zuni earrings at our Santa Fe store include the pair at left by Calvert Lamy, which is 3/4 inch square and $140. The dangle earrings at right are SOLD and $75 respectively.
WIth a raincloud motif on one side and a beautiful natural turquoise (with spiny oyster shell) mosaic on reverse, this pendant was created by Robert Sorrell. Not including the bale, it measure 2 by 1.7 inches. $600.
The Zuni needlepoint earrings at left are $90 and are 1.25 inches long. (SANTA FE) The two pairs of mosaic inlay at right were made by Edison Yazzie. Of the two in the photo, the ones at left have sold and the ones at right are 1.25 inches long and $120. (TUCSON)
The sandcast pendant set with coral is by Hopi jeweler Jonah Hill. Strung on a braided leather cord, the pendant is 3 inches long. $300. (SANTA FE) The sandcast pendant with chisel work is by Fidel Bahe, one of the master silversmiths still working today. 2.5 inches long. $220. (TUCSON)
turquoise flush cluster pin-pendant 2 inches across, by Fabian and Vivica Bowannie. $300. The snowflake turquoise pin-pendant at right is by Vera Halusewa and 2.25 inches across. $150. (BOTH IN TUCSON)
A beautifully crafted shadowbox pendant set with top grade red coral by Mike Perry. 3 inches long from the top of the inlaid bale. $875 (TUCSON) The mosaic inlaid pendant is by Bernadette Eustace (Cochiti-Zuni). 2.5 inches long. $300. (SANTA FE)
The woven/braider silver wire choker (18 inches long overall was made by Trevor Teller who will make them in a variety of lengths and also makes a thicker size. This one is just over 1/4 inch in diameter. $525. (TUCSON)
You will want to click on each for larger images of these stunning earrings. At left is a stainless steel (but very light) pair of earrings inscribed with an Acoma/Laguna pottery design using a laser. Made by the inimitable Pat Pruitt of Laguna Pueblo. 2.5 by .5 inches. Stewart Yellowhorse made the pair at right, set with natural spiderweb turquoise. 2.5 inches long, not including the ear wire. $120. (SANTA FE)
Everett and Mary Teller created this choker with a coral set on the nazha, which measures 2 by 1.75 inches. $900. (SANTA FE)
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A sampling of the post earrings we carry. However, the row at left are all clips, ranging from $14 to $130. The posts range in price from $7.50 to $45. (these are in SANTA FE but we have a nice selection in TUCSON as well)
Two Zuni pin-pendants set with lovely deep red coral.The one at left which is 1.5 inches square and was made by Vera Halusewa. $135. The circular one at right is also 1.5 inches across. $135 By Albert Lahi. (TUCSON)
All by Ray Lovato and his son Andrew of Kewa (Santo Domingo) Pueblo. (SANTA FE)
A coral and a turquoise choker by Roxanne Seoutewa. The width at the center of each choker is 1 inch. The coral one is SOLD and the turquoise is $140. (SANTA FE)
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The chiseled neck torque is by Al Joe. It fits beautifully. $425 (SANTA FE and TUCSON) A beautiful bird and flower pin-pendant by Ruddell and Nancy Laconsello. 1.5 inches across. $240. (TUCSON)
Amy Peynetsa made the earrings at left, which are 2.25 inches long and 1 1.8 inch across. $225. The earrings at right dangle an impressive 3.75 inches long. By the Laate family, they are $300. (SANTA FE)
The earrings with the dragonfly stampwork were made by Mark Roanhorse Crawford.1.75 inches long. $220 . The Zuni turquoise needlepoint earrings were made by Bernadette Wyaco. 3 inches long, they are $196. (SANTA FE)
The turquoise earrings in the center are by Gero Quam. 1.5 inches long. $60. (Santa Fe and Tucson) Ray Adakai made these sweet small dangle earrings. 5/8 inch long, not including the handmade wires. $30 (Santa Fe) Click for a larger image and you will appreciate the craftsmanship on the jet and the lapis needlepoint earrings by Roxanne Seoutewa. 2.5 inches long. $130 (Santa Fe)
A Corn Maiden overlay necklace set with natural turquoise by Hopi jewelry Elmer Satala. This one won Honorable Mention at the Hopi Show Show sponsored each year by the Museum of Northern Arizona, in Flagstaff. The ribbon comes with the necklace which is 20 inches long. The pendant is 3.5 inches long. $975 (TUCSON)
Smokey Gchachu of Zuni created this technically demanding very beautiful reversible coral and turquoise necklace (with matching earrings) $1800. (Santa Fe)
Two spectacular natural turquoise chokers by Ray Lovato! The one at left was made of turquoise from the Morenci Mine in Azizona and is 20 inches long. SOLD The Blue Gem turquoise choker at right is 18.5 inches long. $1275. Both have 14kt gold catches. (TUCSON)
A beautiful necklace set with Royston turquoise. Stacey Gishal made the pendant and his son Travis made the silver beads and catch (which bears his hallmark). 29 inches long. The pendant length is 3 inches. Stacy is a boilermaker but silversmiths as time permits. $1600. (SANTA FE)
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