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.
Unusual rings by Langston Thompson. At left is a traditional cluster style ring, but instead of turquoise or coral he used watermelon tourmalines! A size 7 1/4. $240. The ring next to it is a spinner: both the black onyx and the Navaho basket (accented by a tiny inset of crushed turquoise) design shape beneath it pivot around an axis capped by a diamond. Size 5. $400. (SANTA FE - and either can be sized - at no charge)
At left is a hand-engraved Sikyatki pottery designed silver bowl by Howard Sice (Laguna-Hopi) 2.5inches across and 5/8 inch high. $400 (SANTA FE) The silver seed pot with hummingbirds and the one with the geometric motifs were made by Navajo silversmith, Don Platero, who is famous for his sterling stampwork salad sets. 1.75 inches across. $240. (TUCSON)
This men's ring was made by Robert Sorrell. The spiderweb stone he used had a few large areas of matrix so he carved it out and inserted coral dots to make a rather unique ring. size 8 1/2, it is 1.25 inches long. $450 (SANTA FE)
Beautiful rings by Craig Agoodie: from left to right: 7/8 by 1 inch set with natural spiderweb turquoise from the Cloud Mountain Mine. Size 9. $375. The middle ring is 1.75 inches long and set with natural turquoise from the Royston Mine. Size 7 3/4. SOLD. The oval stone is natural turquoise from the Royston or Pilot Mountain Mine. $325. (SANTA FE)
Navajo jewelry artist Steve Yellowhorse made this adjustable ring set with a fabulous piece of dichroic glass.1 3/8 by 7/8 inches,it is a size 8 but can easily be slide adjusted up or down two full sizes. $250. (TUCSON)
Yellowhorse also made both these rings. The one at left is set with turquoise from the Pilot Mountain Mine and is 1 1/8 inch long. SOLD. The oval ring is set with Royston turquoise and is just over 1.5 inches long. $200.Both are adjustable in the same manner as the ring at top. (BOTH IN TUCSON)
The cufflinks are by Sheldon and Nancy Westika of Zuni. Their inlay work is so precise. 1/2 inch square and both the turquoise and the lapis are each $210. (TUCSON and SANTA FE) A striking pendant of Blue Gem Turquoise set in a heavy silver bezel by Craig Agoodie. 1.5 inches across from (from the top of the bale) 1.75 inches long. SOLD. (SANTA FE)
A Navajo coral cluster ring, size 7 1/4. It measures 12.5 by 1.25 inches. $185. (TUCSON)
Navajo jeweler Al Joe made this exceptional shadowbox pendant set with a fine piece of Royston turquoise. 2.5 inches long not including the bale. $875. (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 not being worn. $350. (TUCSON)
Two striking Hopi overlay money clips by Anderson Koinva. Each measures 1 by 1.75 inches and is $150. (TUCSON)
The keyrings at left are by Tohono O'odham artist Rick Manuel. One represents the ihuk of seedpod of the devilsclaw plant used in basketry and the other a javelina. Each is 1.25 inches square and $165. Hopi overlay jeweler Anderson Koinva made the eagle and sunface keyrings. Each is 1 3/8 inch in diameter and $125.
A passel of Navajo sandcast pins by everyone from Frances Jones to Arthur Smith to Alvin Thompson 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 in our Santa Fe shop.
Two beautiful letter openers - the top one is by Anderson Koinva of Hopi. (7 inches long. $325 The snadcast one is by Mildred Kee Parkhurst. 7.75 inches long and 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.
(BOTH IN TUCSON)