This great old squash blossom necklace was probably made in the 1930s or so. It is set with turquoise from the Blue Gem Mine. Just over 29 inches long. The beads are .6 in diameter. $2400. (SANTA FE)
A very nice vintage squash blossom necklace from the 1930s-1940s. Unusually heavy weight blossoms. The turquoise is probably from one of the Nevada Mines but it’s difficult to narrow it down with any degree of certainty. 25.5 inches long. $2400. (TUCSON)
On the back of the nazha is scratched the name of the previous owner: Reyes S Toya. A potter at Jemez Pueblo, she was born April 16 1907 and passed away November 10, 2003. This was sold by her or her family sometime around the 1980s as that is when the subsequent owner purchased it.
Set with natural turquoise from the Morenci Mine in Arizona, this Navajo squash blossom necklace is also strung with handmade beads. 1960s-70s. SOLD (TUCSON)
A beautiful Blue Gem turquoise necklace (on handmade beads of course) that has sandcast blossoms. Roughly 60 years old. $2400 (SANTA FE)
An older (circa 1940s) squash blossom necklace with fluted beads, 24 inches long. $2400. (TUCSON)