LEFT TO RIGHT: This ring is set with turquoise from the Stormy Mountain Mine in Nevada. The cluster ring is set with round very good quality turquoise from the Nishapur region in what is now Iran. Much turquoise was imported from there in the 1970s and the mine has been operating for some 2,500 years but appears to have played out. Size 8 but someone sized it and re-soldered it with lead solder so we're having that redone. $225 when we get it back. Another, Navajo cluster ring, this one set with turquoise from the Kingman Mine. 1.5 inches long. $240. The ring at far right was made in an old style but probably dates to the 1970s. Just over 1.25 inches long and a size 8 1/2. $160. ALL IN TUCSON

A hollow-ware ring based upon a Katsina face, by Emmett Navakuku. Size 9. $280. A very interesting ring that utilizes a number of silverworking and lapidary techniques. Set with a type of Kingman turquoise that is sometimes referred to as 'bird's eye' turquoise. Made in the late 70s or early 80s by Jake & Irene Livingston. Signed JI.LIVINGSTON. Size 8 1/2. $475. (TUCSON)


A stunning pin-pendant of a stylized Knifewing Dancer by Eldred Martinez of Zuni. 3.75 inches long. $350. It comes with a serpentine base so it can be displayed as a small treasure of a sculpture when ot being worn. $350. (TUCSON)


A beautifully crafted, nice weight silver ring by award-winning silversmith Arland Ben. 1.75 inches long, we have them in size 9, 10 and 11 (they can be sized) $300 (SANTA FE and TUCSON)


A passel of Navajo sandcast pins by everyone from Frances Jones to Arthur Smith to Allison Manuelito to the Kee family. They range in prices from $26 to $54. We have these and more in Tucson - as well as a nice selection to Santa Fe.

The ring at left is 1.25 by 1 inch and a size7 1/2. By Floyd Parkhurst, Navajo. $135 The one at right is set with turquoise from the Kingman Mine and encircled by square twist wire.  1.5 by just over 1 inch wide. Size 7 1/4 By Craig Agoodie. $220.  And they can be sized to fit - no charge if the change in size is no more than 2 sizes up or down. BOTH IN SANTA FE


Two beautiful letter openers by Anderson Koinva of Hopi. (7 inches long. $325 and $275. BOTH IN TUCSON)



An overlay pendant by the Tohono O'odham silversmith Rick Manuel. A saguaro fruit harvest seen with a hawk wheeling in the sky, 1 1/4 by 1 1/8 inches. $180. The very unique maze pendant came about because Rick realized he had not left quite enough room for a figure....!  1.25 inches across. $220.



By Jerry Whagado. a Hopi-Yavapai Apache artist formerly known as Jerry Honwytewa, who studied at the Hopi Guild under Fred Kabotie. The design is a Gaan dancer - an Apache Mountain Spirit Dancer with turquoise, jet, shell, lapis and The top measure 1 3/8 by 1 inch and the ring is a size 13. $600 (TUCSON)


A pair of Hopi overlay sunface cufflinks. 7/8 inches across. SOLD (Santa Fe)

This Hopi overlay ring band is a size 11. Made by Riley Poleyquaptewa, it's 1/2 inch wide. $130. (SANTA FE)