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.
A trio of wonderful reversible pendants that Colin Coonsis just brought in. The center one has already been sold. 1.25 inches across with pen shell inlaid around the edge. $160 (SANTA FE)
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Philbert Begay made this reversible pendant basked upon his late father Richard's design, which is why it bears the RB hallmark. 2 3/8 inches high, not including the bale. $350. (SANTA FE)
You really must click to see larger images of these three spectacular pendants, inlaid on one side side "fauxpal" by award-winning jewelry artist Colin Coonsis. "Fauxpal" is the word he coined for man-made opal. One is backed with various types of mother of pearl and the other with bamboo coral. $140 each. The pendant at left in photos has SOLD. (SANTA FE)
At left is a desert thunder storm pendant by Tohono O'odham silversmith Dine in a triple overlay by Rick Manuel. 2 inches by 1 inch. $240.Te sandcast seahorse pendant is by Robert Sorrell. 2.75 inches long. $350. (BOTH IN SANTA FE)
An overlay panel style choker set with coral by Everett and Mary Teller. I have had the privilege of handling their work for roughly 30 years and they were silversmithing before then. (SANTA FE)
A very fine lapis necklace by Ed and Jennie Vicenti of Zuni. A retired nurse and IBM engineer, they have been making jewelry for nearly 40 years. This lapis necklace is a superb example of the skills. Made about twenty five years ago. $2400. (SANTA FE)
A gorgeous pair of 14 kt gold earrings by Cheyenne-Arapaphoe jeweler, Victoria Adams. Her other name is “He On E Va,” which means “Woman Who Lights the Pipe.”Set with top quality sugilite turquoise. and accented by a diamond in the center of each. 1/5/8 inches long. $3800 (SANTA FE)
Cast earrings by the Kee family. The earrings on either end are 1 inch in diameter, set with spiny oyster shell and $50 each (Earrings at left have SOLD). The swirl earrings are 1.25 inches long, measuring form the jump ring. Set with turquosie from the Sleeping Beauty Mine. $60. (SANTA FE)
Navajo sandcast jewelry artist Gary Custer just (July 21) brought these into our Santa Fe shop. The plain one is 2.5 inches tall. $110. The one set with natural turquoise from Nevada is 1 7/8inches tall and $120.
Also by the Kee family are these two swirl necklaces. The swirls are 1 inch across. The plain silver necklace is $200 and the one with turquoise is SOLD. (SANTA FE) We have smaller versions of this style necklace near the bottom of the page.
The turquoise and coral earings by Priscilla Aguilar of Kewa Pueblo are backed with pipestone, They measure approximately 1,25 by 1 inch and are $220. Wonderful earrings by Rolanda Haloo: the pink coral and lapis dragonfly maiden earrings are 1 inch long and 1.25 inches across. $190. (SANTA FE)
The coral pin pendant was made by Arlita Lahi of Zuni. 1.5 inches across. $135 (TUCSON) Sandcast earrings accented by turquoise, made by Mildred Kee Parkhurst. 1 inch across. $60. (SANTA FE)
The pendant set with Kingman turquoise is by Everett and Mary Teller, Navajo It measures 2.75 inches from the top of the bale. $300. The mother-of-pearl and jet inlaid Rainbow dancer pin/pendant is by Fadrian and Vivica Bowannie of Zuni. 2 1/8 by 1 1/2 inches. $240 .(SANTA FE)
Both of these needlepoint pin-pendants were made by Iva Booqua. The one at left is 1.5 inches across and $84. The one at right is 1.75 inches across and $150. (BOTH IN TUCSON)
A lovely deep red coral squash blossom necklace from the 1970s. 25 inches long. SOLD (SANTA FE)
One of Mary Tom's classic square bead necklaces. 18 inches long. $485 We have one in Tucson - along with a round bead version in both locations.
Steve Yellowhorse made both pairs of earrings. The one at left is accented by a small piece of Sleeping Beauty turquoise at the bottom. 3 3/8 inches long. $130 (SANTA FE) The 'ribbon' earrings at right are 3 inches long and SOLD. (TUCSON) We have a shorter pair in our Santa Fe shop.
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 left are 2.25 inches high and $180 each (MULTI STONE HAS SOLD). The ones at right are 2.25 by 1.75 inches and $240 each. (ALL IN TUCSON EXCEPT FOR THE CORAL RAINBOW DANCER)
The sandcast pendant with chisel work at left is by Fidel Bahe, one of the master silversmiths still working today. 2.5 inches long. $220. (TUCSON) The sandcast pendant is by Robert Sorrell, another outstanding jewelry artist. It was inspired by a lithograph by the late Charles Loloma of A Kwikwilyaqa or Mocking katsina. 3 3/8 inch long. $600. (SANTA FE)
turquoise flush cluster pin-pendant 2 inches across, by Fadrian 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. ON LAYAWAY (TUCSON) The mosaic inlaid pendant is by Bernadette Eustace (Cochiti-Zuni). 2.5 inches long. $300. (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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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)
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The chiseled neck torque is by Al Joe. It fits beautifully. SOLD (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 SOLD. (SANTA FE)
The earrings with the dragonfly stampwork were made by Mark Roanhorse Crawford.1.75 inches long. SOLD. The Zuni turquoise needlepoint earrings were made by Bernadette Wyaco. 3 inches long, they are SOLD. (SANTA FE)
The turquoise earrings in the center are by Gero Quam. 1.5 inches long. $60. (Santa Fe--SOLD 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) click for larger images
Smaller versions of the necklaces by the Kee family that can be found near the top of the page. The swirls on these chokers are just under 3.4 of an inch. The turquoise one is $220 and the plain silver one is $200. (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)
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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