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Native American Jewelry

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Native American Jewelry and
1950’s Southwestern Tourist & Fred Harvey Jewelry

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NAVAJO sterling and turquoise
squash blossom necklace 24" wearable length with an additional 3-1/4" by 4"
Naja, all strung on foxtail, circa 1960.
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NAVAJO sterling and turquoise
concho belt sighed on buckle back "Spencer, sterling", each concho 1-1/2" by
2", 11 conchos plus the buckle, leather is 46" long.
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NAVAJO
1970’s Blue Gem turquoise and sterling squash blossom necklace
and earrings, necklace 25" with the naja 3" by 3-1/4", weight about 6.5
ounces, clip earrings 5/8". The Blue Gem mine in Nevada is no longer active,
but almost all colors of turquoise came from it, from blues to greens.
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JERRY NELSON mosaic
turquoise inlay sterling cuff bracelet, signed with a copyright mark,
sterling and "Jerry T. Nelson sterling" on the inside, 6-1/2" wearable size
including the
1-1/4" back opening, and it’s 1-1/4" wide and weighs 3.17 ounces.
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JERRY T. NELSON Navajo turquoise and
sterling belt buckle concho belt set, signed "Jerry T. Nelson sterling" on
the back. He was born in 1959 and he uses more than one way to sign
his jewelry, see Billie Hougarts "The Little Book of Marks on Southwestern
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JERRY T NELSON Navajo Native
American Kingman turquoise, coral and sugilite inlay bracelet, marked "Jerry
T. Nelson sterling" with a copyright symbol on the back, 6-5/8" wearable size, 1-1/4" front width,
1" wide at the front and 5/8" wide at the back, weight 1.62 ounces. Kingman
turquoise is from Arizona, and it is one of my favorites for it interesting
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NATIVE AMERICAN
impressive circa 1940s Navajo turquoise and sterling silver cluster bracelet
with a highly veined center turquoise surrounded by a row of bezel set teardrop shaped
and round turquoises and and on both sides even more turquoises, 7" all the way
around the inside including the back opening of 1-1/3". The front is
2-1/2" along the wrist. It weighs a total of
about 4.08 ounces including the turquoise.
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NATIVE AMERICAN
impressive circa 1940s Navajo cluster bracelet with turquoise and sterling silver
bracelet with 3 oval bezel set and beautifully veined larger turquoises, each surrounded by smaller
round turquoises. It is 7-1/4" around the inside including the 1-5/8"
back opening with the front 1-7/8" along the wrist and it weighs about 2.96 ounces.
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NATIVE AMERICAN
early Navajo dramatic sterling silver sand cast bracelet with 7 pieces of
graduating sizes of turquoise. It is 7-1/2" around including the
1-1/3" back opening , 2-1/8" up and down the wrist and it weighs about 5.27 ounces. There are very tight
cracks on 5 of the 7 pieces of turquoise, so selling this wonderful old
piece "as is". I wonder if the stones are Varicite, but I
find it difficult to tell for sure.
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HSB

Native American Navajo sterling silver bracelet with 7 turquoises across
the top and a pierced overlay broder signed on the inside "Navajo HSB sterling". It is 6-3/4"
including the 1-1/4" back opening, weight 3.27 ounces.

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BEGAY

Alvin and Lula Begay Native American sterling silver zig-zag heavy gage bracelet
with cobblestone laid spider web and other turquoise, coral, onyx and spiny oyster inlaid
across the top. It is a substantial bracelet at a weight of 4.97 ounces,
marked "Alvin?" in a feather on the inside. It is 6-3/4" around the inside
including the 1-3/16" opening at the back.

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RTS
Native American sterling and turquoise bracelet, it is 8" around
the inside including the 1-1/2" back opening and 2" wide. The four pieces of
turquoise are separated by leaves, B-Bs and raised diamond shapes, and it is
heavy at 5.75 ounces.

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ROSALIE & AUGUSTINE PINTO
Native American Zuni Kachina inlay pin or
pendant with hand made chain, tortoise with inlaid turquoise,
mother-of-pearl, jet and coral, pendant 3" by 1-3/4", chain 24". Both
Augustine and Rosalie Pinto are no longer living. They worked together and
signed their work "A.R.P., as this is signed, and they specialized in raised
mosaic inlay work. Their daughter Beverly Etsate is also a well known
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AF NATIVE AMERICAN

signed sterling and Kingman turquoise belt buckle
marked "AF sterling" on the back, 3-1/4" by 2-1/2",
weight 4.40 ounces. The matrix in this is
absolutely gorgeous.
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F&D CHARLEY Native American
sterling and turquoise necklace signed "F&D Charley 6-20-75", 24" with 3-1/2"
pendant.
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HERMAN VANDEVER
Native American Navajo bolo tie with Pilot Mountain
turquoise and fold-out layers, very spectacular workmanship. The front
has a flying eagle over pine trees and it opens to a view of the eagle
flying over elk, trees and mountains. It reflects from the smooth
sterling surface of the reverse side of the front of the bolo tie. We
think this was made in about 2015 and we bought it from Herman himself.

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HERMAN VANDEVER sterling silver pendant
of the Koshari Clown Dancer Kachina Doll: The Koshari Kachina are
figures that are both sacred and profane. Their actions are considered
humorous, yet the Hopi frown on doing those things themselves. Koshari
clown kachinas are often shown with watermelons to show they are
gluttons. He was active since the 1990s. The ehad is jointed
so can move separately from the body. This is 4" from the top of
the loop by 1-5/8" and weighs 1.60 ounces. It has the hand etched
signature "Herman Vandever" mark on the back.
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Herman and John Clarke on the day we bought the buckle he made for John, as
well as a ring he made for me. He is a very kind man and a creative jewelry
maker from a well known family of jewelers, and he was born in 1964.
He is Dine Navajo.


HERMAN VANDEVER
Border turquoise and sterling silver custom made belt buckle made by
Herman Vandever in March of 2016. The matrix is so lovely, as is the
sterling work in which it is set. It is 3-3/4" by 2-5/8".
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HERMAN VANDEVER Award winning Native
American Navajo jewelry maker sterling silver and Royston turquoise pendant.
It is signed in an etched script on the back of the pendant "Herman
Vandever",
and it is 1-3/4" by 1-1/8" and it is a substantial piece at .75 ounces.
The matrix on this beautiful and almost looks like a far away landscape!
Born in 1964, he is still working today and we are two of his fans, both
collecting and dealing in his work.
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HERMAN VANDEVER

Border turquoise and sterling silver custom made ring made by
Herman Vandever for Jane Clarke in March of 2016. The matrix is so lovely,
as is the sterling work in which it is set.
Size 6, it is 1-3/4" by 1-1/4" across the top and it weighs 1.28 ounces

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ALVIN VANDEVER
Navajo sterling sun face kachina ring, size
8-3/4 and 1-1/4" along the finger and weighs .49 ounces. It
is marked "AV sterling" on the inside. The Sun Kachina, also known as "Tawa",
holds a spruce tree in his left hand and a bell in his right.
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JERRY T NELSON
sterling silver and inlaid turquoise ring with a step-back
design that is just wonderful. It is size 8-3/4 and runs 1" along the finger,
weight .49 ounces. Marked on the inside "Jerry T Nelson sterling" with a
copyright sign, it is in excellent vintage condition.

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NATIVE
AMERICAN
sterling liquid silver necklace with
20 strands and a spinning inlaid pendant with hummingbird on one side and
eagle on the other. The eagle is symbolic of vision and knowledge and
the hummingbird is symbolic of quickness and playfulness. The necklace is 29" long and has a sterling mark and a
sunrise on the findings, and the pendant is 2-1/6" spinning within a 2-5/8"
circle.
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TOMMY JACKSON
(b. 1958)Native American Navajo sterling and turquoise
inlay ring, set in the
cobblestone fashion, size 9 and 3/4" wide at the front, weight .84 ounces,
signed "Jackson" in a fish shape box, has been sized.

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EDWARD GRUBER sterling
and Gaspeite bracelet, Navajo Native American, signed "EG sterling"
for Edward Gruber on the back, nice and heavy at about 3.91 ounces, 7-1/3"
wearable size including the 1-1/2" back opening and 2" wide at the front. This is in excellent
condition and has such a wonderful matrix in the Gaspeite stone.
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NATIVE AMERICAN squash
blossom necklace with an "ED" maker’s mark, sterling and Kingman turquoise
with amazing workmanship, real bear claws and hand made beads. It is a wearable
length of 29" and the front element is 3-1/8". Spectacular! Be
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NATIVE AMERICAN
watch in sterling silver and Kingman turquoise by David
Tune, possibly Zuni, bracelet watch and band in 14k gold and
sterling, the owner’s Father’s pride and joy. It’s Kingman turquoise and made in
about 1980. The bands are 3-1/2" and 2" not counting the
watch itself, so the wearable length with this watch is 7" long, and the
band is 1-1/4" at the widest.

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CALVIN BEGAY
Native American Navajo sterling silver and overlay earrings. The
inlay includes colorful turquoise, lapis, malachite and spiny oyster.
These are 1" total length, weight .2 ounces, and marked on the back of each "Calvin Begay
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CALVIN BEGAY Native American
Navajo sterling silver and inlay
pendant with turquoise, lapis, malachite and spiny oyster
inlay, pendant 2-1/3" total length by 2" wide, weight .6 ounces. The pendant is
marked "Calvin sterling" on the back.
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NATIVE
AMERICAN

colorful pictorial sterling silver bracelet with hallmarks on the inside, 6-1/4" including the 1-1/4" back
opening, weight 3.5 ounces. The designs include two gaspeite pine trees, a
lapis and a turquoise heart, and other unidentified shapes including a
possible buffalo in the center.
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TIM YAZZIE
Navajo Native American sterling silver and inlay
brooch with a pendant loop for a chain, marked on the back "Tim Yazzie
sterling", 3" by 1" and weighs 1.37 ounces. He has
been an active jewelry maker since the 1970s according the Billie Hougart book "The Little Book of Marks on Southwestern Silver, 2012"
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BENNIE RATION Native American Navajo
brooch of sterling silver
and opal, a heavy Kokopelli dancer with a corn design and a loop for a chain
so it can be worn as a pendant, 3-1/2" by 1-1/2", 1.2 ounces. The mark on
the back is "BR" and a crow’s foot which is the mark for Bennie Ration (b
1955), who began making jewelry in the late 1960s. This
could be the "Morning Singer" figure. Opals are said to open
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D/T EMERY
(Terrance & Dorothy) Chippewa Native American sterling silver pendant
with incised bird, moon and stars design, one inset turquoise, dangling feathers,
signed on the back, total length 4-1/3" and weighs 1.4 ounces.
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NATIVE AMERICAN sterling and turquoise bracelet with three inset
turquoise stones, no marks, 6-3/4" around the inside including the 1-1/3"
back opening, 1-1/4" wide and weight 2.19 ounces.

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HERMAN SMITH
Native American Navajo sterling silver
heavy stamp work bracelet marked on the inside "IHM HS", it is 6-3/4" including the
1-1/4" opening, weight 4.86 ounces. The letters "IHM" stand for
"Indian
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JOHNATHAN NEZ Navajo sterling and turquoise bolo tie, marked "Johnathan
Nz Nez Navajo sterling" on the back, 2-5/8" by 2", braid 21" long.
The ends are extra fancy barrel types in three different pieces. He
was active since the 1980s.
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LFK Native American Navajo cast sterling silver squash necklace and earrings
with Naja and squash blossoms, 26" wearable length, 2-1/2" by 2" Naja, 7/8"
long blossoms and 2-bead 7/8" long pierced earrings, not counting the hooks. The
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DORIS SMALLCANYON (D SMCYN
mark) Navajo sterling silver and coral kachina squash blossom style necklace and
earrings, 26" long with a 2-1/3" by 5/8" center kachina, 1-5/8" by 3/4" smaller
kachina and a pair of two bead 5/8" long earrings, not counting the hooks. It
is signed on the back with her mark, D Smcyn".
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NATIVE
AMERICAN
Navajo "pearls", sterling silver hand made graduated beads
necklace and earrings. The necklace is 22" long and the earrings are 1" long, not counting
the hooks, the weight of the necklace is 2.2 ounces and earrings .2
ounces. These are called "Navajo pearls" and are fun to wear dressed up or dressed down,
lovely classics for your jewelry wardrobe with a design on most beads.
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JOBETH
Native American Jobeth Zuni sterling silver and turquoise
overlay bracelet signed on the inside "Jobeth Zuni maize 5-1/2". It is 6-3/4" inches
around the inside including the 1-1/4" back opening, weight 2.8 ounces.
She has been making jewelry since 1971.
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JOBETH
set of turquoise and sterling silver bolo and bracelet.


JOBETH

Native American Jobeth Zuni sterling silver and turquoise bolo tie signed on
the back "Jobeth Zuni maize 5-1/2". The larger oval bolo is 3" by 2-5/8",
the round ends are each 7/8" and have the maize symbol on the back, and the
black is 38" including the sterling tips. She has been
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NAVAJO Native American Morenci
turquoise and sterling silver three stone bracelet, a heavy piece at
4.5 ounces total weight, 6-7/8" wearable size, including the 1-1/8"
back opening, 1-1/2" wide at front and 1" wide at back. Morenci
turquoise is popular for it’s lovely blue color.
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NATIVE AMERICAN
Navajo turquoise and sterling silver bracelet with a huge 3-1/4" by 2" piece
of turquoise with beautiful veining. Set in a sterling twist
frame with a
sterling leaf on each side, the entire bracelet weighs about 6.36 ounces and
it is 4" wide up and down the wrist. The leaf designs lead me to date
this as circa 1970s, and guessing at the mine, I am thinking possibly Kings
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D CLARK

Native American Navajo Danny or Denet Clark bracelet with a cobblestone pattern of
turquoise and coral set in sterling silver, 6-3/4" around the inside
including the 1-3/16" back opening, weight 4.4 ounces.
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PATRICIA PLATERO Navajo Native
American Emerald Green Valley turquoise and sterling bracelet, signed "PP
sterling" on the back, wearable size 6-5/8", front width 1-1/2", weight
1.04. Emerald Green Valley turquoise is from a Nevada mine.
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GENEVA RAMONE Navajo King’s
Manassa turquoise and sterling bracelet, signed on the back "G. Ramone
sterling", active in the 1970-80s, wearable size 6-5/8" and 1-1/4" wide at the front, weight 1.31.
King Manassa turquoise comes from a Colorado mine and it known for it’s
green’s, but turquoise from this mine also came in blues and blue-greens.
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NAVAJO Native American China
Mountain turquoise and sterling bracelet, marked "TC sterling" on the back,
6-5/8" wearable size with a 1-1/8" back opening, 1-5/8" at the front, weight
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TT STERLING
Minnie Mouse ring, a Native American sterling ring
inlaid with turquoise, jet, coral and mother-of-pearl, size 3-1/4 so
probably a pinkie ring, runs 1-1/4" along the finger and 3/4" wide. "TT"
may be for Tom Taylor and it’s the mark inside the ring.
Minnie Mouse trots along in the sunshine and has a wonderful whimsical
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NATIVE AMERICAN
turquoise and sterling silver squash blossom necklace
with hand made beads,
wearable size 28-1/2" long with a 3" by 3-1/8" Naja at the
bottom, circa 1960-80.
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CHARLIE BOWIE
Native American
sterling silver bracelet with turquoise, gaspeite and coral inlay, and an
overlay Kokopelli, symbol of fertility, on each side. It is 6-3/4"
around the inside including the 1-1/4" opening, weight 2.75 ounces. The
mark on the inside is "CB" (Charlie Bowie Navajo) under an arc.
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DG Native American
turquoise and sterling bracelet with leaves and bead
shapes surrounding the turquoise. It is 6-5/8" around the inside with a
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TATUM SKEETS
Navajo Native American artist’s sterling and turquoise squash blossom necklace
and earrings. The turquoise appears to be from the Kingman mine. The necklace is 30" long with squashes 2-3/4" long and the
center Naja 2" by 2". The earrings are 2" long not counting the wires. The necklace
is marked only with the letter "N" and the earrings have the entire
signature "T Skeets sterling". Each of the sterling beads is
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NATIVE AMERICAN
Lennie Mariano turquoise and sterling bracelet with rope twist and
scallops surrounding the turquoise. It is 6-5/8" with a 1-1/8" back opening.
The front element is 1-1/2" by 1-7/8" not counting the larger sterling
beads, and this is marked with the letter "M", which may or may
not be a maker’s mark and the word "sterling". It is 2.01
ounces total weight. This may be King’s Manassa turquoise from the Lick
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NATIVE AMERICAN
TC (Thomas) Singer Navajo pendant in sterling with a
center turquoise and radiating lines like sunshine rays behind it, 2" by
1-3/4", marked on the reverse. Mr Singer passed away in 2014
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NATIVE AMERICAN
squash blossom sterling and turquoise two-strand hand
made beads necklace strung on twisted wire, 28" long with a 2-3/4" by 1-7/8"
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NATIVE AMERICAN
American oval pendant in sterling with a center
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NATIVE AMERICAN
David Rosales sterling silver inlaid pendant with the
inlay being turquoise, lapis, denim lapis, sugilite and cultured opal. This
contemporary artist is best known for his inlay
designs, this piece is probably from his Blue Sky collection and it is
signed with his SuperSmith hallmark, 2-1/4" by 1-1/2" not including the
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BENNIE RATION Native American Navajo sterling and turquoise Ram Kachina bolo
tie, beautifully made and similar to one shown in the book "American Indian
Jewelry III: M-Z’ on page 182, author Gregory Schaaf. In the book it states
that Bennie learned from his Father, John Ration, and that he took a 1st
prize at the NM State Fair. The bolo itself is 3-1/2" by 1-1/4" and the
black braided leather is 38" long including the sterling tips.
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NATIVE AMERICAN sterling
silver and 14k yellow gold overlay ring, size 8-3/4" and 5/16" wide along the finger,
weight .38 ounces.
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NATIVE AMERICAN
sterling silver bolo tie with a sun design, 2" by 1-5/8"on a
black braided leather of 38" including the sterling tips.
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LARRY BEGAY Native American Navajo sterling silver bolo
tie in a contemporary design with a white stripe, 3" by 1" bolo on a black
braided leather that is 42" long including the sterling tips. It is signed
on the back in cursive "Larry Begay".
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JIM

HARRISON Native American Navajo sterling silver and inlaid bolo tie.
The inlay
includes turquoise, lapis, purple and brown. It is 2-1/3" by 1-1/4" on a
braided black leather 44" long including the sterling tips.
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EL BILLAH
sterling and turquoise earrings for pierced
ears. They are 1-1/2" long not including the wires and 1" wide. Weight .45
ounces and marked "EL Billah sterling.

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BILLAH
Eva and Linberg Billah sterling butterfly 3-pc set, each piece
with turquoise, tiger’s eye, lapis and coral and each signed on the back "EL Billah sterling". The bracelet is 6-1/2" around the inside and has a 1-1/8"
back opening with the butterfly on it is 2" by 2", and it weighs 2.01
ounces. The pendant is 2-1/2" long by 2" including the loop, it weighs and
weighs 1.11 ounces and it is marked "EL Billah Sterling". The earrings are
2-1/4" total length with 1-1/2" by 1-1/3" butterflies and they weigh .90
ounces and are marked "EL Billah sterling".

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NATIVE AMERICAN
sterling silver bolo tie with an overlaid
flying eagle design, no signature. It is 3" by 2" on a black braided leather
of 36" long including the sterling tips.

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NATIVE AMERICAN
signed sterling silver belt buckle with a bear and bear paw design,
signed on the back, 3" by 2" and weighs 2.2 ounces. This has a 1"
scratch between the thumb and the fingers of the paw on the front, hard to
see without magnification.
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NAVAJO jet fetishes with turquoise
and coral life lines, sizes from 4-1/2" to 2".


STERLING
silver ring with a bear paw motif, size 7-3/4 and lays 1-1/2"
along the finger and weighs about 1.11 ounces. While we do not recognize the
maker’s mark, we do think this is a Native American ring. It’s a
substantial ring of high quality, and be sure to look at all the photos
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LEONARD MALONEY
Navajo sterling ranger buckle marked on the back
"Maloney sterling", 5-1/3" total length.
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JT JACK TOM

Navajo

Native American 14k sterling silver pendant and beads necklace
with a bear pendant in sterling silver and 14k gold, 2-1/4" by 1-1/2" and
necklace 24" long, total weight 2.8. The matching earrings are also signed
JT sterling on the back and they are 1-1/3" long and 1" wide. weight .1
ounces. These have a life line, sun, lightening and bear design too.
He works in a modern style and has been actively making jewelry since the
1980s, and his wife Mary Tom shares his stamp.
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JERRY NELSON sterling and
pink mother-of-pearl bracelet, signed "J. Nelson sterling" on the inside, 6"
wearable size and 1" wide.
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NATIVE AMERICAN
three-strand birds sea shell fetish necklace with lots
of fetishes, 28" long including the sterling silver tips.

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JOANNE HUNTER
Native American necklace of voluta shell beads, bird
fetish and opalescent and colorful glass beads. It is a 12 strand
necklace with a Navajo rug design weave on one side of the necklace, and it
is 28" long. The carpet weaving is a corn and birds design. I have
read that both Joanne and her daughter Janicelynn make necklaces like this,
and they are just lovely.

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NATIVE AMERICAN
bone fetish necklace with a figure at the bottom, 30"
long not counting the figure which is 2-1/8" long. Possibly made of cow
bone.

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CROSS
pendant with inlay of turquoise, opal, and coral on a strand of
turquoise and sterling beads. We think this is a Native American piece but
don’t recognize the mark on the back, shown in the photo. The wearable
length is 16" and it has the lobster claw catch. The cross is 2-1’3" by
1-1/2" and the loop is 5/8". There’s a maker’s mark on the back as well as
the word sterling and the copyright emblem.

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NATIVE AMERICAN
sterling and pink mother-of-pearl bracelet, it is
6-3/4" around the inside with a 1-1/8" back opening and a 1" width. This is
a very heavy bracelet at 4.09 ounces. It has a rising sun mark as you
can see in the photo but we do not know who that is yet.

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NECKLACE
turquoise and coral pendant necklace with a 2-3/4" by 2-1/2"
pendant, a 5/16" loop. The necklace is 14-1/2" long. The pendant has a 925
mark on the back for sterling.

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NATIVE AMERICAN
liquid sterling silver 30 strands necklace, 24". This
is created from long fine tubes of sterling all strung together, and it’s a
truly elegant look, circa 1970s.

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NATIVE AMERICAN Roy Vandever Navajo hair holder in sterling and turquoise
with feather and bead motifs, marked on the back with his name, about 3-1/2" by 3" with a
5 inch pick. The Vandever family has a few other master jewelry makers and
we have always enjoyed their work!

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NATIVE AMERICAN
turquoise and dark shell 8 strand necklace and matching
earrings for pierced ears, necklace 22" and earrings 2" shell only earrings.

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NATIVE AMERICAN
sterling and turquoise pillow puffy earrings with a
center turquoise in each and radiating petals around each, 1-1/3" by 1.

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NATIVE AMERICAN
turquoise and shell heishi 5-strand necklace with silver
findings, 28" long.

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NATIVE AMERICAN
smaller sterling and turquoise earrings with a center
turquoise in each and radiating lines around each, 1-1/4" by 7/8" clip
backs.

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HURBERT YOWYTEWA
Native American Hopi sterling overlay bracelet. This is and weighs about
1.47 ounces. He worked from about the
1960s through his death in 1991. His mark can be seen in the Billie
Hougart’s wonderful book "Southwest Silver Marks" on page 387, where it says he specialized in
overlay work. His mark is joined by the Hopi Guild mark.
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NATIVE AMERICAN
set of a sterling ribbed melon cuff bracelet, ring and
earrings. The bracelet, ring and earrings are all marked "PA sterling" on
the back. The bracelet is 7" by 1-1/2" including the back opening of 1-1/3"
and the width is 1-1/2", and it weighs 2.61 ounces. The ring is 9-3/4 and
weighs .36 ounces, and earrings for pierced ears that are 1" by 1" and weigh
.59 ounces. I am told the "PA" mark is Priscilla Apache, niece of Navajo
jeweler Tom Charley, and both she and Colton Charley had permission to make
these designs.

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D marked
sterling and turquoise earrings for pierced ears, marked "D
sterling", weight .43, 1" by 3/4". This has a beautiful pierced setting to
highlight the wonderful matrix in the turquoise.

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E. EDAAKIE Zuni sterling dime
bracelet with opals and mother-of-pearl, just lovely! It is a 1944 dime, and
the bracelet is 5-1/3" plus the 1-1/8" back opening and 1-1/2" is the widest
at the front. Signed inside the bracelet, it’s so beautifully detailed and a
joy to wear.
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BOLO Navajo sterling reversible bolo
tie, coral on one side turquoise on the other, bolo itself is 4" by 2-3/4", possibly
by Emil Benally, and patent
catch "Pat Pend Bennett".
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BOLO Navajo sterling reversible bolo
tie, coral on one side turquoise on the other, bolo itself is 4" by 2-3/4", possibly
by Emil Benally, and patent
catch "Pat Pend Bennett".
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NATIVE AMERICAN
VMB turquoise and sterling silver belt buckle with a
center eagle’s head surrounded by two rows of turquoise and accented with
stamped drops, weight 2.74 ozs,
4-1/8" by 3" and maker’s marked "VMB" on the back. VMB may be the mark
for Victor Moses Begay.

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NATIVE AMERICAN turquoise
nuggets necklace with jacla, which is the pair of long heishi loops added to
the bottom of the necklace. The necklace is 30"
wearable length and the jaclas add another 6" to the bottom. Jaclas were
originally earrings that were worn looped over the ears, but in this case
they are permanently attached to the necklace.
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CP
mark, possibly Clendon Pete, Native American turquoise 10-strand heishi
necklace with a pendant of sterling silver and turquoise and a horn blowing
Kokopelli, 2-1/2" by 1-1/2". The marks on the back are the letters CP under a
mountain and sunrise over a figure of a bear.
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FY Frank Yazzie
Native American Zuni sterling silver, turquoise and
lapis lazuli butterfly brooch with pierced wings and nice antennae, marked on the back "FY
sterling", 2" by 1-3/4".

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JR
LTD
mark for James Reid, a turquoise, sterling and 14k yellow gold belt
buckle, 3-1/4" by 2" and weighs 2.92 ounces. Marked on the back "JR Ltd S-Fe 14k 925 BDP".
Made in the Native American style, it came from a shop in Santa Fe and was
made by a jeweler there, so this could be made by an Anglo. The shop
was established in 1979 but this is from the 1990s.

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NATIVE AMERICAN
turquoise and sterling ring with deeply inlaid
turquoise surrounded by black, size 9-3/4" with the front 1-1/4" by 1",
weight .70 ounces with no makers marks.

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NATIVE American sterling silver hand made chain, 24-3/4" by 1/8", no marks,
.52 ounces. #N37237

NATIVE American sterling silver hand made chain, 24-3/4" by 1/8", no marks,
.52 ounces. #N37237


NATIVE AMERICAN
sterling PC sterling
silver
bead necklace with a stamped design on each, graduated and strung on chain, 26" with beads graduating from 1" wide
down to 7/16" wide.
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SHARON SANDOVAL
sterling and opal pendant earrings for pierced ears.
One is signed on the back "Sharon Sandoval" and the other is signed with
the letter "Z". That Z may be for Gertrude Zackery. The opals have
more color in them but for some reason, the camera washes out the
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M DAVIS
Native American Navajo sterling and pink mother-of-pearl necklace, 17" with
a 1-3/4" front drop and five oval elements.

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RING
Jefferson Abeyta sterling and blue dyed abalone
ring size 5-1/3 and runs 1-1/8" along the finger, total weight .29 ounces.
Jefferson is a Santo Domingo Native American Pueblo member.

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SUNSHINE REEVES
Lone Mountain turquoise and sterling Navajo bracelet, 6-1/3"
including the 1" back opening and 1" wide; total weight 52 grams.

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NATIVE
American silver cuff bracelet with a coral center stone, corn and sun
motifs and roping detail, circa 1930-40s. This is a wearable size of
6-5/8" including the 1-1/4" opening, and the total weight is about 71
grams or 2.53 ounces. It is not signed and that
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PETRIFIED
wood bracelet, 6-3/4" wearable size
including the 1-3/4" opening, 2" wide at the front; total weight 48 grams.
Circa 1950’s, it has applied wirework and scallop detailing. It has no marks
but it tests as sterling.

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FRED HARVEY
sterling silver bracelet with a center turquoise
surrounded by silver bee-bees and inscribed with the typical Fred Harvey
symbols. It weighs .55 oz and is 6-1/3" around by 5/8" wide. If you have
an interest in jewelry from the Fred Harvey railroad era, we recommend
the book, "Fred Harvey Jewelry 1900-1955" by Dennis June.

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FRED HARVEY
sterling silver bracelet with two rows of turquoise, circa 1940.
Some of the turquoise stones are a bit pitted with age, and they are set in a
saw-tooth cup. It weighs .86 oz and is 6-1/4" around including the 1" back
opening, c 1940. If you have an interest in jewelry from the Fred Harvey
railroad era, we recommend the book, "Fred Harvey Jewelry 1900-1955" by Dennis
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FRED HARVEY
sterling silver bracelet with an oval turquoise center
flanked by arrowhead-shaped applied silver pieces and decorated with the
typical Fred Harvey symbols. It is 6-1/2" including the 5/8" back
opening, circa 1940. If you have an interest in jewelry from the Fred
Harvey railroad era, we recommend the book, "Fred Harvey Jewelry
1900-1955" by Dennis June.

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FRED HARVEY era sterling and
turquoise bracelet circa 1950s, thunderbird and arrows motif, wearable size
6-5/8", 1-1/3" wide at the front and /8" wide at the back, weighs .88
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ZUNI
sterling and inlay butterfly necklace, earrings and ring with turquoise, coral and
jet or onyx. The necklace is 16-1/2" wearable length and butterflies on it
are each 1-1/8" by 1-1/8". The ring is a size 7 and 7/8" across the top, and
the pierced earrings are 7/8" by 7/8". A lovely set with nice
clean work.
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ZUNI bracelet by Sylvester Nache
with sterling and inlaid turquoise, jet, coral and oyster, marked "Zuni
sterling" inside, 6-1/2" wearable including the 1-1/4" opening, .81
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RING Jerry
T. Nelson Navajo Native American sterling and gaspeite ring, size 8 and
lays 1-1/3" along the finger. The channel work work is clean and
sophisticated and is reflected in pierced edge design of the setting.
Nelson is a contemporary jewelry maker.
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NATIVE
AMERICAN
Angie Crespin necklace of turquoise and spiny oyster shell
with sterling fittings, a lush necklace with four strands and 29" long. Crespin is a
contemporary Santo Domingo Pueblo jewelry maker.
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SILVER Fred Harvey style
silver and turquoise tourist bracelet, adjustable at 6-1/2" inside, 1" at
front and 1/3" at back, circa 1940.
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STERLING silver earrings with a Phoenix bird on each, 1" clip backs, similar to
the Monongye bracelet we have, shown at the right here.
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PRESTON MONONGYE Native American sterling silver overlay
bracelet with stylized Phoenix birds and a center diamond shape. The
wearable size 6-1/4" around by 1" wide and it weighs 1.47 oz. On the back is
the "P" in a bird mark he used circa 1960.
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STERLING
Native American Zuni inlay pendant with gaspeite, turquoise,
lapis and shell stripes, marked "sterling" on the back, 1-7/8" by 1/2".
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TIM YAZZIE Navajo sterling
overlay bracelet with a parrot design, marked with Yazzie’s logo and
"sterling" on the back, 7" wearable size, 1-1/8" back opening, 1-1/4" wide,
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NAVAJO sterling and Pilot
Mountain turquoise bracelet, turquoise source is near Tonapah, Nevada, 1970s,
no signature, 7" including the 1" back opening, weight 1.93 ounces.
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NAVAJO Native American sterling
wide stamped bracelet, marker rocking L mark on the back, 7-1/4" wearable size and
1-5/8" wide, weight 2.66 ounces.
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NATIVE AMERICAN
Fred Harvey style sterling and turquoise bracelet with a
center and 3 links on each side, 7-3/4" by 1-1/4" by 1" center.
This was probably made before 1950.

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FRED HARVEY
era Native America Fred Harvey style bracelets with initials
"BAJ" in silver on the front. This would have been made
before 1950. It is 6" around the isnside, including the 1" back
opening, and it is 5/8" wide at the front, a smaller size, and it weighs 1.1
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H BEGAY Navajo Native American sterling and
Kingman turquoise pendant with beautiful matrix, marked on the back "H.
Begaye" in a feather, 2-5/8" by 1-1/8" not including the bail, about .94
ounces. The sterling silver hand made chain is 23-1/2" by 1/8" and about .62
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"Dragon’s breath" is glass cabochon that is specially treated to give it this
particular coloring and rainbow effect, which is a big favorite of mine. I
remember seeing pieces like this as a child growing up in the southwest back in
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DRAGON’S BREATH Fred
Harvey sterling bracelet circa 1950 with 5 colorful cabochons. The
designs include lightening, Thunder bird, bear paw and sunrise. This is
marked "sterling" on the back, and the wearable size is 6" including the
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DRAGON’S BREATH
Fred Harvey era sterling bracelet, circa 1950, 6-1/2""
wearable size including the 1" opening and slightly adjustable, 1-1/16" inch
across the front. Looked at with a loupe under a raking light, three shallow
scratches can be seen. I remember seeing pieces like this as a child growing
up in the southwest in the 1950’s. This bracelet has the stone in a beaded
setting with swirling rope design on each side. Arrows and Native American
designs run long both sides. Inside it is marked with a symbol and the word
"Sterling". I don’t recognize the symbol but I have shown it so perhaps
someone else will. If you have an interest in jewelry from the Fred Harvey
and railroad era, we recommend the book, "Fred Harvey Jewelry 1900-1955" by
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DRAGON’S BREATH
Fred Harvey era sterling and dragon’s breath glass cabochon bracelet
circa 1950, with the Maisel’s kachina mark. "Dragon’s breath" is glass
cabochon that is specially treated to give it this particular coloring and
rainbow effect, which is a big favorite of mine. I remember seeing pieces like
this as a child living in the southwest in the
1950’s. The cabochon is set in a twisted wire surround with a beaded design
on both sides and crossed arrows beside that. On the sides are the motifs of the
flat shouldered Thunderbird and raining clouds. On the back is a Kachina maker’s
mark used by Maisel’s as well as the word, "sterling". The is very slight scratching on
a small part of the cabochon stone, not visible except with a raking light and a
magnifier. Wearable size 6-1/3" which includes the 1-1/8" back opening,
about 1" wide at the front and weighs about
24 grams or about .86 ounces. If you have an interest in jewelry from the Fred Harvey railroad era, we
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DRAGON’S BREATH
Fred Harvey era sterling silver bracelet with three Dragon’s Breath
stones set in twisted wire and beaded settings and marked "sterling" on the
back. "Dragon’s breath" is glass cabochon that is specially treated to give it
this particular coloring and rainbow effect, which is a big favorite of mine. I
remember seeing pieces like this as a child growing up in the southwest in the 1950’s. This is
6-1/4" wearable size including the 1" opening and it is slightly adjustable.
It is
1-1/4" wide at the front and weighs about .94 ounces. It has the crossed arrows, lightening, thunder and bear paw designs on the sides
and is marked inside "sterling" with beading around each stone, circa 1950.
This weighs a total of 26 grams.
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DRAGON’S BREATH
Fred Harvey era sterling and glass cabochon
bracelet, circa 1950, 6-7/8" wearable size including the 1" opening and slightly
adjustable, 1 inch across the front, and it weighs about .77 ounces. "Dragon’s
breath", a glass cabochon that is specially treated to give it this particular
coloring and rainbow effect, which is a big favorite of mine. I remember seeing
pieces like this as a child growing up in the southwest in the 1950’s. This
bracelet has a Thunderbird the crossed arrows design on each side. This
bracelet has no marks but tests as sterling. If you have an interest in jewelry
from the Fred Harvey and railroad era, we recommend the book, "Fred Harvey
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FRED HARVEY
style dragon’s breath art glass cabochon cut stone set in sterling rectangular ring
size 8 and 3/4" by 1/2" across the top stone, total weight .25
ounces or 7 grams. It
has the punched and arrow motifs on the sides and is marked "sterling’
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FRED HARVEY
sterling and Dragon’s breath art glass cabochon bracelet with crossed arrow
symbols beside the cabochon and symbols for lightening, thunderbird, bear paw
and sunshine on each side, marked "sterling" on the inside, 6-1/3" wearable size
including the 1-1/8" opening and 1" wide at the front; total weight is
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ERVIN NAKAI
Navajo sterling concho belt with green malachite cabochon
centers, 11 conchos and a buckle. The belt is about 42" long and 1" wide;
the buckle is 2-1/3" by 2"; and each concho is 2" by 1/2". The maker’s mark identification was found
in Billie Hougart’s wonderful book "Southwest Silver Marks" page 238, circa 1970s. Nakai lives in Red Mesa, Arizona. Ervin Nakai aka Kinlicheenie Yazhe born in 1949, Red House clan of the
Navajo Tribe in Red Valley, Arizona.

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NATIVE AMERICAN AF
sterling and Kingman turquoise concho belt marked
"AF sterling", Adam Fiero, Apache. Kingman has always been one
of my favorite turquoises and this example explains why, with the
wonderful matrix and coloring. The belt is about 48" long and 1-1/2"
wide; the buckle is 2" by 3", and the 9 conchos are each slightly over 2"
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JERRY T. NELSON turquoise and
sterling belt buckle concho belt set, signed "Jerry T. Nelson sterling" on
the back. The belt is 46" by 1", the buckle is 3" by 2", and the
7 conchos are
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RING EW
Ernest Wood Navajo Native American ring with turquoise set in
dog tooth gilt sterling settings, lovely crafted leaves and scrolls, size 8
and 1-5/8" along the finger. There is a small mark on the back where the
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SANTO DOMINGO
Pueblo, New Mexico, Depression era Thunderbird
necklace with 16 stylized blossoms, circa 1930’s. It is 23" long with a
2-1/2" by 2-1/3" Thunderbird pendant. Strung on the original string, it has
inlaid mosaic-style turquoise and bone chips on a black backing, possibly
from an old battery casing or a record. It is in very good vintage condition and
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NATIVE AMERICAN
sterling storyteller bracelet with 14 k yellow overlay gold
areas and laminated turquoise, coral and ebony sides. The wearable size
is 6-1/2" including the 1" back opening and 1/2" wide. The mark is "12gf
sterling" and the maker’s mark, a zigzag arrow. This hunting scene
includes images of bear, elk, drying screens and a teepee along with trees and
mountains all in gold overlay.

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NATIVE AMERICAN teardrop shaped plaque with an oval
turquoise and the Zia sun behind it, 2" by 1-1/4", glue on the back.
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#N41025


NATIVE AMERICAN
Zuni animal fetish necklace with three strands of
turquoise, jet, mother-of-pearl and coral fetishes, it is 27" long
at the shortest strand and it has silver findings.

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NATIVE AMERICAN
JC Navajo sterling and agate shadowbox setting pendant
with a landscape look in three-tone browns, 2" by 1-1/3" with 1/2" loop.
The "JC" mark is on the back, but I don’t know who that maker is.
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#N41021




STERLING with 14k yellow
gold overlay Native American motif bracelet with agate, illegible
hallmark, nice hefty weight, 6-5/8" around the inside, 1-1/8" opening
and 3/4" wide .
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PPJ ZUNI Mudhead inlay
bracelet with tortoise, coral, turquoise and mother-of-pearl, wearable size
6-1/2" and slightly adjustable, circa 1970’s, 2-7/8" by 2-1/4" front.
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STERLING inlaid c-shaped
bracelet with turquoise, coral and mother-of-pearl, wearable size a smaller
6-3/4", 5/8" wide at one end and 1/2" at the other, heavy and well made.
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NATIVE
American sterling silver hand made chain, 23-1/2" by 1/8", no marks .62 ounces.
#N37236

SANTA DOMINGO Native American
black record- or battery-backed necklace with
a figure made up of turquoise, agate, mop and strung on agate, turquoise
beads, 20" with a 2-1/2" pendant, gold tips.
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#N40610


NATIVE AMERICAN
sterling ring signed "FJT ’75" ring with inlaid
turquoise, jet and a white stone inlaid into an elongated shape
inside a scalloped shadow box design. Size 8-1/4, it is 2-1/8" along
the finger by 3/4" wide.

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#N41119




SUNSHINE REEVES sterling and turquoise ring size 8-1/2 and
7/8" along the finger and weighs .49 ounces.
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#N37785

YAZZIE Navajo Native
American sterling watch cuff bracelet with turquoise and coral, signed
inside "J. Yazzie", 6-3/4" around the inside including the 1-3/4" back
opening and it weighs 1.46ounces. It is a beautiful example of Native
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#N39637

REW DINEH
Navajo, Native American sterling and
turquoise pendant with the sunshine mark, .90 ounces, 2" by 1-1/3" pendant with
a 1/3" loop. It has a gorgeously matrix in the turquoise and a
lovely blue color.
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LD Native American sterling
silver
and Kingman turquoise
bracelet, weight 1.69 ounces, 6-1/2" including the 1-1/8" opening at the back,
excellent condition.
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#N39902

NAKAI
Navajo sterling silver ring with coral, amethyst, Gaspeite and turquoise stones, size
8-1/2, .44 ounces, 1" by 3/4" along the finger.
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#N39920

LMC
Navajo
signed sterling silver and turquoise bracelet, 6-5/8"
including the 1-1/4" back opening, weighs 1.84 ounces. The single
turquoise stone has a beautiful matrix and color. The "LMC" mark is for
Ida McCray, a Navajo jewelry maker.
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NATIVE American Navajo sterling
silver, coral and turquoise flip
two sided ring size 7 and runs 1-1/4" along the finger, total weight .44
ounces. The setting is beautifully decorated with leaves and bee-bees.
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NATIVE American Navajo sterling
silver, coral and turquoise ring
size 11-1/2 and runs 1" along the finger, total weight .79 ounces. Decorated
with leaves and bee-bees, it’s a wonderful setting too.
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NATIVE American Ern Largo Navajo sterling
silver and turquoise
figure eight shaped ring size 6-1/2 and 2-1/8" along the finger, total
weight .59 ounces.

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NATIVE AMERICAN turquoise necklace with graduated smooth beads and silver
ends. The wearable length is 14-1/2" long and the beads are from 1/3" down
to 1/8".
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#N40150


STERLING
silver chain-strung necklace with what looks like a malachite pendant and matching earrings. Necklace is 28" long, stylized pendant 1-1/3"
by 1-1/8", screw back earrings are 1" by 1/2" not including the findings.
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#N40156

STERLING shimmering liquid silver necklace with 10
strands, a real beauty and a classic as well. It is 24" long and in
excellent condition.

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NATIVE AMERICAN
large oval earrings with a turquoise center and
radiating and scalloped designs, 2" by 1-1/2" clip backs that are light weight and easy to wear,
they
marked "sterling" on the back of each.

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#N41032


NATIVE AMERICAN
Zuni inlay dancer pendant with mother-of-pearl,
turquoise, abalone and jet inlays, 2" by 1-1/2". This
figure is called an Apache Gong Dancer. It’s Zuni style work but
made by a Navajo.

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#N41028


NATIVE AMERICAN
oval earrings with radiating designs, clip back, light
weight and easy to wear 1-5/8" by 1-1/4", CC sterling.

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#N41033




STERLING
ring with turquoise, amethyst and malachite, size is adjustable as it
overlaps on the back, top is 1-1/3" by 1-1/8". #N39783

TURQUOISE
bracelet in a larger size with four rows of turquoise, 7-5/8" wearable size
including the 1-1/2" back opening and it is 1-5/8" wide, no signature or
marks.
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TURQUOISE
ring set in sterling silver. #N39784




TOMMY SINGER Navajo Native American sterling and turquoise bolo tie with a
center of Sleeping Beauty or Kingman turquoise and an overlaid sterling
design. The sterling silver part is 2" by 2-1/3" and it’s marked "T Singer
sterling" on the back and the black braided thong is 38" long. Mr. Singer died in 2014 after about 50 years of being a world
famous silversmith.
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STERLING

buckle with YeiBiChi designs inlaid using turquoise and coral, 3-1/2" by 2" takes a 1-1/2"
belt. It is marked "TW" on the back, and that is a company who uses
Navajo jewelers to make their pieces. Often called "Yeis", these are mythical and supernatural beings that
communicate between the people and their gods. These figures are often seen in
blankets as well.
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STERLING
silver Native American concho belt with turquoise on each link.
#N39745




SANTO DOMINGO Pueblo Native
American bracelet, sterling and turquoise, 6-1/2" wearable by 1-1/2" wide.
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Native American Navajo sterling
silver and Nevada Blue turquoise necklace, circa 1960, all hand made, 16-5/8"
wearable length with a 1-1/2" front drop.
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SANTO DOMINGO Pueblo Native
American dragonfly bracelet, sterling, turquoise and spiny oyster, made by
Tina’s brother, wearable 7" and somewhat adjustable, 4-3/4" along the arm.
The dragonfly is the symbol of happiness.
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STERLING
silver Native American turquoise cuff bracelet circa 1980s, wearable 6"
including the 1" opening and 1-1/4 wide at the front; total weight about
28 grams.

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EBW
Evans Bryant Waatas Zuni sterling and turquoise needlepoint
links bracelet with box catch, 7" by 1". This bracelet was made circa
1985, and Waatas died in 2011.

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TURQUOISE
and sterling silver Native American ring, size 4-3/4 and 1-1/4" along the
finger. The stone has a nice matrix and the setting is a double row of worked
sterling.

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NATIVE AMERICAN
hinged pill box in a sea shell shape with a lovely turquoise on
top, 1-1/3" by 1" and about 1/2" deep.

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NATIVE AMERICAN Zuni inlay money clip, 2" by 3/4".
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NATIVE AMERICAN
Zuni needlepoint turquoise hair pick, two pronged.

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FEENEY Leo Feeney sterling cross of coral, faceted garnets and citrine, 3-1/4"
by 2" with a 5/8" lop and a 23" sterling beads necklace.
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NAVAJO Herman Vanderer
sterling silver neck ring, perfect to wear with or without a slide-on
pendant. It is 13" long with a 2-1/2" opening, so the wearable size is
15-1/2". It is about 1/4" wide, and it weighs just under an ounce. It is not
signed by Herman, who is an award-winning Native American jewelry maker, but
it was purchased directly from him. #N37239

NJ Nila Cook JOHNSON Navajo sterling and white
Drusy ring size 9-1/8, weight
.41 ounces, top 1" by 3/4". I was so surprised to see this
mark, and I see that it is attributed to Cook Johnson on line.
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SM sterling
inlaid pale blue denim lapis sterling feather brooch with a
loop on the back so that it can also be worn as a pendant, 3". I do not
know
who the maker "SM" is for sure but it could be Sheryl
Martinez.

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SC sterling
and turquoise pendant with a wonderful 3-D applied leaf on
the back, marked on the loop "SC", 2" by 1" tip to bottom. I do not know who
the maker "SC" is for sure, but it may be Sharon Cisco.

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SM sterling
feather brooch with inlaid turquoise, jet, lapis
and other stones and a loop on the back so that it can also be worn as a
pendant, 3". I do not know who the "SM" maker is I do not
know who the maker "SM" is for sure but it could be Sheryl Martinez..

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STERLING silver earrings in
clouds, cross and pueblo design, pierced earrings, 2-1/8" by
1-5/8". There is a signature on the back but I cannot read it at all.
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ALVIN YELLOWHORSE
Navajo sterling pendant with feather and buffalo head and channel inlaid
turquoise, lapis and coral, total length 5".
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LYNOL WHITEHORSE sterling with
beautifully colorful inlaid mosaic stones, Native American Navajo, died in
2003 These lovely pierced earrings are 1-1/2" by 1-1/4".

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TURQUOISE child’s
ring, New Mexico circa 1956. #Gtq

FRED HARVEY
style silver and turquoise 1-1/3. #N26211
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southwestern tourist charm bracelet, 7-1/2" by 1". #N26208



SILVER turquoise and coral
necklace, wire strung hand made beads, 18" length 2-1/2" front drop.
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TURQUOISE beads and pendant
necklace signed on the clasp "FDC", 21" length and 2-1/8" pendant.
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RING Zuni Native American
sterling and lapis ring by D. Charlie, size 8.
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ELB
inlaid turquoise and sterling front facing hoop
earrings marked on the back "ELB" and the earring findings are marked
"sterling", each length is 2" by 1" wide and screw backs.
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NATIVE AMERICAN Zuni inlaid brooch and earrings with mop, turquoise and
coral pieces in the shape of the sun, mark on the back of all three pieces,
brooch 1-1/2" and clip back earrings 1", sun face logo on the back.
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NATIVE AMERICAN sterling feather brooch with a turquoise set in the front,
marked "sterling" on the back, 3-1/4" by 3/4".
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NATIVE AMERICAN J
Charley turquoise and sterling silver ring, size 10 and 5/8" along the
finger.
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NATIVE AMERICAN size
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NATIVE AMERICAN
size 10 and runs 1-3/16" along the finger, It is marked "CG" for the maker
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NATIVE AMERICAN turquoise and sterling silver ring with a leaf on one
side, size 9 and 1-1/2" along the finger. What looks like a shallow
dent on the back is actually the number "7".
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NATIVE AMERICAN size
10 and runs -1/2" along the finger.
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NATIVE AMERICAN turquoise and sterling silver ring,
size 9+ and about 1-3/6" along the finger This has a very detailed setting with
an arrowhead on each side, and the turquoise has a stable crack across the
front.
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NATIVE AMERICAN sterling silver and turquoise ring
with a very detailed setting and the initials "CG" on the back. Size 9-3/4,
it is 1-1/8" along the finger. #N41165

NATIVE AMERICAN sterling silver and turquoise ring,
size 10-1/4 and runs 1-1.4" along the finger.
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NATIVE AMERICAN sterling silver and turquoise ring with a scalloped
edge, size 9 and 2-1/3" along the finger.
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NATIVE American Navajo sterling and turquoise ring size
7-3/4 and runs 1-1/2" along the finger, total weight .50 ounces. It
has a hand etched star ark on the back. The double frame setting of a braid
look and then a plain smooth setting ends with two little balls, simple and
elegant.
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NATIVE American Navajo sterling and turquoise ring size 6
and runs 1" along the finger, total weight .31 ounces. It has a hand etched
star mark on the back. Set in a silver twist setting, it is simple and
classic.

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STERLING and turquoise domed ring with little silver ball accents, size 6
and runs 3/4" along the finger, total weight .49 ounces. It has a textured
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NATIVE AMERICAN turquoise and sterling silver infinity
ring with turquoise all the way around, size 8-1/4 and about 1/3" wide.
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NATIVE AMERICAN sterling and coral dangling feather
earrings, 1-1/2" long and for pierced ears.
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#N41040

NATIVE AMERICAN coral and sterling
silver ring marked with the letter "M" and
the word sterling inside. Size 9 and 1" by 5/8" front element.
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This is a reference page, but we do have Native American
jewelry
for
sale HERE
and a few of these pieces may be there, too