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Dangle and post star earrings by Ferdinand and Sylvia Hooe. $45 each. (These are all in Santa Fe, but also have several pair in Tucson as well). BOTH PAIRS OF TURQUOISE-SOLD
Some beautiful new earrings by Karl Nataani. The middle three are styles we have both in Tucson and Santa Fe. At far left, the earrings with Coral measure 2 inches long and are $55. The pair second from left measure 1 5/8 inches long and $40. The pair in the center measure 1.75 inches long and $40. The pair second from the right with Turquoise measure 2 inches long, $85. The Jet post earrings at far right measure 2 3/8 inches long, $110. (SANTA FE)
A great cat pin (it is catching fish or is it caught by piranhas?) by Darrell “Elephant Man” Jumbo, it measures 2.5 inches wide and is 2 inches high. $300. Tim Herrera of Cochiti Pueblo made the wonderful Salmon with overlaid dots of 18K gold. It measures 1 7/8 inches long, not including the bale, and is 2 1/8 inches wide, $375. The two pendants by Colin Coonsis set with black mother of pearl and pen shell. The one at left is 1.6 by 2 inches and $180. The other measures 1 1/8 by 1 7/8 inches. $160.(SANTA FE)
Nancy Haloo began this style of bird inlay pin-pendants roughly 50 years ago and for several decades since, she and her husband Ruddell Laconsello have continued to create lovely, beautifully detailed work. The Blue bird and the Roadrunner are each 1.5 inches across and $240. The center, quite remarkable pendant is 4.5 inches long. (click for a better image) Unlike the other two, it is of hollowware construction so it measures 1/8 inch thick. Even the bale is beautifully inlaid. (ALL IN SANTA FE)
"Stunning" is truly the best word for this contemporary squash blossom necklace by Mary Tom. $2400 - includes matching earrings. 24 inches long. (SANTA FE) 1st prize winner at the Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonial Fair 2018
Jack Tom just brought in this beautiful necklace. (SANTA FE)
Richard Aguilar (Choctaw-Kewa) created this beautiful mother of pearl 10 strand necklace that graduates from white to golden mother of pearl at the bottom. 25 inches long.$2200 (SANTA FE) 2nd prize winner at the 2018 Santa Fe Indian Market.
Beautiful work from Duane Maktima. The earrings are set with rosarita and opal. 1 5/8 inches long. SOLD. The 14kt gold pendant is 1 3/4 inch long and set with opal, boulder opal, rosarita and both blue and green turquoise. $2800. (ALL IN SANTA FE)
The round petit point earrings are by Stephen Haloo and are 7/8 inches in diameter. SOLD (SANTA FE) Coral swirl earrings by Mary Tom. 1.75 inches long. $185. (TUCSON) The unusual earrings at right were made by Olivia Whtethorne. Set with charoite, turquoise and coral, they are 1.6 by 1.4 inches. $375. (SANTA FE)
A three strand turquoise necklace interspersed with handmade tubular beads by Nick Rosetta. 18 inches from catch to catch. $490. (TUCSON and SANTA FE) We also have a five strand version in our Santa Fe shop, for $825.
Navajo silversmith Kelsey Jimmie made this horned lizard pendant accented by a piece of natural spiderweb turquoise. 2 inches long to the top o fthe bale and 1.5 inches across. $200 (SANTA FE)
Above is a flight of four dragonfly pins by Michael Garcia - Na-na-ping. (Yaqui, living and working at Santa Clara Pueblo.) Top to bottom: #8 spiderweb turquoise $450. Variscite. $450. Mother of pearl. $400. Kingman turquoise. $450. Each pin is about 1.75 by 1.25 inches. (SANTA FE)
A fluorite Corn Maiden by Colin Coonsis. 2.75 inches long. $160 (TUCSON)
A 25 inch long 5 strand necklace by Richard Aguilar. Pen shell, pipestone, turquoise, serpentine, coral and mother of pearl $525. (SANTA FE)
BELOW: Robert Sorrell created this pin-pendant using two pieces of sandcast silver, set with a piece of turquoise from the Tyrone Mine. 2.75 by 1.75 inches. $475. (SANTA FE)
A wonderful selection of bug and animal pins (and pendants!) by Robert Sorrell. Nobody else seems to make them anymore. Beautifully executed.
The grasshopper is set with Royston turquoise and is 2 inches long and $400. The goat pin is also set with Royston turquoise. 2 by 1.5 inches. $450. The wonderful praying mantis is set with turquoise from the Blue Gem Mine. $525. The turtle pendant is set with beautiful turquoise from Royston or Pilot Mountain. 2 inches long. $450.
The dynamic overlay pendant at left is by Hopi artist Rueben Saufkie. 2.5 inches from the top of the bale. $300 Both pair of these beautiful natural turquoise earrings are have 14kt gold wire and earrings attachments. By Ray Lovato. The stones in the middle are 7/8 inch long and $150. The stones in the pair at right are 1 inch long and also $150. (TUCSON) Another striking pendant by Ruben. 1 3/8 inches across. $185. (SANTA FE)
A three strand necklace of light yellow serpentine interspersed with handmade tubular beads by Nick Rosetta. 18 inches long, catch to catch. $390. (SANTA FE)
The graduated necklace above is 25 inches long, ten strands and $300. (TUCSON)
Both of these necklaces were made by Ramona Bird of Santo Domingo Pueblo (Kewa). The Sun and Moon style 8 strand above is 18 inches long and $260. (TUCSON)
A sandcast horned lizard pin by Monty Claw. 2.5 inches across. $240. (TUCSON)
Navajo silversmith Stacy Gishal created this pendant, set with Pilot Mountain turquoise and strung on a leather cord and flanked by a trio of handmade silver beads. $800 (SANTA FE)
The coral and jet pendant accented by a piece of sugilite at the bottom was made by Richard Yazzie. 1 5/8 inches long and $600. (TUCSON)
Denise Wallace (Chugach Aleut) is widely known for her amazing creations depicting life and work from north of the Arctic Circle. Check the Masters' Gallery for details. (SANTA FE)
Some nice long earrings. Left to right: track earrings by Frances Jones, 2 inches long and $125. A swirl earring by Mary Tom, set with stabilized turquoise from the Sleeping Beauty Mine. 1 /58 inches long $165. Coral and turquoise earrings, 1.75 inches long. $220. (ALL IN TUCSON - and the lengths do not include the wires). Bernadette Esutace (Cochiti-Zuni) made these elegant long (2.5) inches cluster squash blossom earrings. SOLD. Martha and Gene Jackson of Chinle made the Morenci turquoise earrings at far right. 1.75 inches long. $230. (Both in SANTA FE)
A nice old style pin-pendant butterfly by Eldred Martinez of Zuni. 2 1/8 inches across. $210 (TUCSON)
Two butterflies, beautifully carved and detailed, by Tamara Pinto. The small one is a pendant 1 inch across and $84. The other is 1 3/8 inch across and $105. (SANTA FE)
The two pendants at right are by Bernadette Eustace (Cochiti-Zuni) . From the top of the bale they are 2.75 inches long and 1 3/8 across. Bernadette always does such precise (as well as beautiful!) inlay work. $300 each. (SANTA FE)
The graduated stampwork bead necklace above is 25 inches long. $450. (TUCSON)
Mildred Kee Parkhurst's nazha (see above) on a 25.5 inch long necklace by Austin Haley. $400. Nazha has sold . A classic look. (SANTA FE)
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Hopi overlay earrings by Anderson Koinva. The cloud motif earrings at left are 1 3/8 inches long and $125. (TUCSON) The inlaid overlay pendant is by Navajo jewelry artist Tim Yazzie. It is beautifully inlaid with lapis, jet, coral, gaspeite and turquoise and measures 1 by 1.75 inches and is $350. (SANTA FE)
Diana Othole made this necklace and earring set, The inlaid necklace portion is 3 by just under 1 inch. The earrings are 1.5 inches long. $190. (TUCSON)
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) The natural turquoise mosaic earrings with a spiny oyster shell center are backed with gold mother of pearl. 14kt gold wires and earring hooks. 1.5 by 1+ inches. $480 (TUCSON) A gorgeous blood red coral and 14 kt gold earrings with bright blue turquoise accents. By Robert Sorrell. 2 inches long. $1400. (SANTA FE)
A sandcast nazha by Gary Custer. 2.5 inches tall. $185. The double nazha at right was made by Mildred Kee Parkhurtst. It measures just over 2 inches across and just under 2 inches high. Set with green turquoise from Nevada. SOLD. Check above in the page for a photo of it on a strand of classic plain silver Navajo beads. The nazha set with a great piece of turquoise is by Ronnie Henry. 2 1/8 by 2 inches. $275. The nazha at far right using an arrow motif with lightning is by Gary Custer. 2.75 by 2.25 inches. $300.
Above are two natural turquoise chokers by Ray Lovato. The inner one is 17.5 inches long and was made from turquoise from the Castle Dome Mine. $975. The outer blue-green to green turquoise necklace is 21 inches long. The stone for this one is from the Stenich Mine. $1200. (BOTH IN SANTA FE)
young Navajo silversmith Carmelita McKinley made this oxidized flat bead necklace. 26.5 inches long. $450 (SANTA FE)
One of Mary Tom's classic square bead necklaces. 18 inches long. $485 (TUCSON) We have one in Tucson - along with a round bead version in both locations.
Zuni turquoise flush cluster pin-pendant 2 inches across, by Fadrian and Vivica Bowannie. $300. The Rainbow dancer set in jet is by Harlan Coonsis. 1.5 inches across. $525. The needlepoint pin-pendant by Iva Booqua is 1.75 inches across and $150. (ALL IN TUCSON)
The pheasant pin/pendant -inlaid with iridescent abalone shell- is 1.75 inches across and $72. The parrot pin/pedant is 1.5 inches tall and $75 while the mallard pin is 1.25 inches across and $60. (ALL IN TUCSON)
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. $875 (SANTA FE)