Two stunning rings by Robert Sorrell. The top ring is set with excellent quality Persian turquoise from the Nishapur Mine - which has been mined for roughly 2,500 years and has only recently (the past ten years or so) begun to play out. It measure 1 by 5/8 inches. $480. A size 10. The other ring is set with a wonderful example of the turquoise that comes from the Royston Mine in Nevada. The stone measures 1.25 by 7/8 inches. $350. (SANTA FE)

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Three beautiful pins by Robert Sorrell. The mountain sheep pin is 1.75 high and 1.5 across. Set with  turquosie from he Royston Mine and $350. The grasshopper measures 2.25 across and 1.25 high. It is set with a domed green turquoise that came out of an old (damaged) bracelet from the 1940s. $325. The yei'ii, set with deep red coral is just over 2.75 inches long and $375. (SANTA FE)

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 ONE AT TOP SOLD. 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)


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Kingman spiderweb turquoise, set by Robert Sorrell in a size 8 1/2 ring. The stone is 1.25 inches long and is 30 carats. $400. (SANTA FE)

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Monty Claw made this sandcast ring with a classic design. Size 7 1/2.  2.5 inches long. $300. It can be sized - no charge.(TUCSON)