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NA264

CORAL & MOTHER OF PEARL SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE: Handsome Vintage Squash Blossom Necklace consists of 12 Sterling Silver Blossoms, each decorated with Mother of Pearl and Red Coral stones. They are attached to the classical double row of Sterling Silver beads with a matching Naja at the bottom – also decorated with Mother of Pearl and Coral. Hook and eye closure with a spacer so you can vary the length.

Condition: Excellent
Size: Length without spacer 27”, with spacer 29 1/2”. Squash blossoms 1 3/4” long, 3/4” wide. Naja 2 1/2” long, 2 3/4” wide, Silver beads just over 1/4” in diameter.
SOLD!

NA255

GREEN TURQUOISE NECKLACE & PIERCED EARRING SET: Gorgeous necklace made up of five lovely Green Turquoise stones, each framed with small turquoise stones on a double row of Sterling Silver beads. It has a safety clasp hook and eye closure. Set includes a pair of matching framed Green Turquoise earrings with posts for pierced ears. Fashioned by Navajo silversmith Clem Nalwood and marked “CN”, “Sterling”.

Condition: Excellent
Size:
Necklace - 23” long. Large central stone, including frame, is 2 3/8” long, 2 1/8” wide, 3/8” deep. The 4 smaller stones with frames are 1 1/2” long, 1 3/8” wide, 1/4” deep. Each silver bead is 1/4” in diameter. Earrings – full length 2 1/4”.The dangle is 1 1/2” long, 1 1/4” wide, 1/4” deep.
SOLD!

NA256

GREEN TURQUOISE RING: Striking large Green Turquoise ring framed with Sterling Silver leaves. Simple single band. Fashioned by Navajo silversmith Althea Latome and marked “STERLING”, “AL”.

Condition: Excellent
Size: Total length 2 1/4”, width 1 1/4”, depth 1/4”. Turquoise stone 1 5/8” long, 7/8” wide. Ring size 8 3/4. Can be sized.
SOLD!

NA257

ORANGE-RED CORAL NECKLACE: Scrumptious multi-strand Coral Necklace made up of twelve strands of beautifully carved cylindrical beads of orange-red coral with a few decorative red, blue and black beads along the bottom of seven of the strands and a few red ones at each end. They connect with a tan woven gathering at each end and a large button and strand closure.

Condition: Excellent
Size: Necklace 30” long. All strands together hang with roughly 1 1/2” in width. Beads vary from 1/4” to 3/8” in diameter.
SOLD!

NA260

RED CORAL PIERCED EARRINGS: These earrings consist of a large Red Coral stone and an inlay edging of turquoise, coral, sugilite, spiny oyster shell, onyx and alabaster. The stones are set on a Sterling Silver base with a shepherd's hook ear wire for pierced ears. Very lightweight.

Condition: Excellent
Size: Full length 2 1/8”. The dangle is 1 1/2” long, 3/4” wide, 1/8” deep.
SOLD!

NA262

HOPI BASKET SHAPED CUFF: Stunning Hopi Cuff is made primarily of traditional style decoration consisting of 2 layers of Sterling Silver with the outer layer carved into the intricate shapes and figures that are meaningful to the Hopi culture with the bear being most prominent. You can see the delicate fine lines on the lower black surface – a sign of a skilled Hopi artist. The cuff has been modernized by adding coral, turquoise, onyx and alabaster stones to the face. The cuff has a 4 wire band narrowing at the back. Marked with artist's hallmark and “STERLING”. See matching pendant above by same artist.

Condition: Excellent. Note: My photos do not do this piece justice. The apparent marks on face are mainly reflections. It is flawless without even light scratches.
Size: Basket face is 2 1/4” high, 1 7/8” wide”, 3/16” deep. Band varies from 1 3/4” in front to 7/8” in back. Inner circumference 6 7/8”, opening 1 1/8” with minimal give. Fits small to medium wrist.
SOLD!

NA266

MULTI-STONE INLAY CUFF: Beautifully made stone inlay cuff consisting of mainly light cream to tan colored stones along with a scattering of Red Coral and Lapis set in Sterling Silver. Made by Navajo, Charles Willie, a member of the talented artists making up a company named Supersmiths, Inc. Marked “W” for the artist, along with the Supersmiths hallmark & “STERLING”.

Condition: Excellent
Size: Width 1 1/2”, depth 1/4”. Inner circumference 5 1/2”, opening 1 1/4” with no give. Fits small wrist.
SOLD!

NA268

ZUNI FETISH NECKLACE: Three strand Fetish Necklace filled with almost all the critters of our Southwest, made from many of the stones of our Southwest and carved with the skill of a talented Zuni artist. At both ends and between the fetishes are very delicately carved cylindrical stones. A hook and eye closure at the ends of Sterling Silver cone.

Condition: Excellent
Size: Strands are of graduated length with the shortest 23”. At bottom there are around 3” between top and bottom strand. Fetishes range from 1/2” to 1” long.
SOLD!

NA271

NIGHT SCENE INLAY RING: Beautiful inlay work – once thought of as Zuni – is seen in this lovely night time butte scene by Navajo artist, Sylvana Apache. Various shades of blue turquoise make up most of the butte and the frame accented with red coral and purple sugilite. These stones are also seen as planets, along with a lime green turquoise shooting star, a mother-of-pearl moon and silver stars. They are set in Sterling Silver with a stampwork decorated band. Marked “STERLING” and “SYLVANA APACHE”.

Condition: Excellent
Size: Total length 1 5/8”, width 7/8”, depth 3/8”. Ring size 8. Not sizable but can be made smaller by use of moleskin.
SOLD!

NA272

BLUE TURQUOISE CLIP EARRINGS: Light Blue Turquoise clip earrings with 3 blue turquoise dangles. Set in Sterling Silver with stampwork decorated frames. New pads applied to both back of earrings and clips. Marked “Joan Slifka Designs”, “10-97”, “Sterling”.

Condition: Excellent
Size: Full length 2 1/4”. The the large top portion is 1 1/2” high, 1 3/4” wide, 1/4” deep.

SOLD!

NA238

VINTAGE NAVAJO TURQUOISE & SILVER CONCHO BELT: This is a classical Navajo Concho or Concha Belt initially consisting of 10 Conchas on the belt plus the larger belt buckle. I removed one and turned it into a choker on a black velvet ribbon. It can easily be put back on the belt if you desire. My friends at Garland's tell me that “Concha” is the more accurate name. They were first made by the Southern Plains Indians based on the shape of the Concha Shell. Theirs were made of undecorated silver. The men wore them hanging vertically from their hair and the women wore them as belts. The Navajo silversmiths added the Turquoise and stampwork decorations in the late 1800's. This one has a flower petal design on each Concha with a blue-green Turquoise stone set in the center. There is a brass loop on the back of each for the belt. The artist's initials “AR” are on the back of the buckle. The Vintage Sterling Silver Conchas are more substantial than more modern ones. The belt comes with a “ConchoKeeper” pouch and a polish cloth. See photos.

Condition: Excellent. Some light superficial scratches.
Size: Belt length 39”, width 1”. Belt holes fit 32” to 38” waist, additional holes can be made. Conchas 2” wide, 1 1/2” high. Buckle 3” wide, 2 1/4” high.

SALE!

SOLD!

NA245

STUNNING ZUNI INLAY CROSS PENDANT: This beautiful black, red and white Zuni Cross is fashioned from Onyx, Coral and Mother-of-Pearl. It is an example of how the Zuni artists have perfected Native American Inlay work. All these small pieces fit perfectly into their Sterling Silver setting. Note how tiny some of the pieces are at the top of the cross. Amazing craftsmanship! The cross is hung from a chain by a hook on the back. The artist's initials “DC” are on the back along with “Sterling”.

Condition: Excellent. Chain not included.
Size: Height 3” high, 2” wide, 3/16” deep.

SALE!

$400.00

SOLD!

NA246

HOPI NECKLACE & PENDANT: I am particularly fond of Hopi Jewelry but it doesn't sell well. I am hoping you might like this piece with a Lavender stone (Charoite) Bead Necklace and the addition of a Purple Sugilite stone to the traditional Hopi designed Overlay Sterling Silver Pendant. The quality of Hopi jewelry can be judged by the intricacy of the design and the fineness and darkness of the tiny lines in the lower layer of silver. The necklace's silver findings have a hook and eye closure. The back of the pendant has a hook to hang from the necklace and the artist's name “Poseyeva” with his Bear Claw hallmark. Phil Poseyeva is a highly respected Hopi artist featured at Garland's Indian Jewelry just north of Sedona – one of my favorite play pens!

Condition: Excellent.
Size: Length of necklace 25”. The pendant is 2 1/2” high, 1 3/4” wide, 1/4” deep over stone.

SALE!

SOLD!

NA198

RAY TRACEY EAGLE FEATHERS ( Vintage Native American Navajo Indian Clip Earrings ): Through time, one of the most frequent forms of personal adornment has been hung from the ears. Earrings complete our ensembles and attract attention to our best features while expressing our moods and personality. These curled Sterling Silver Eagle Feathers with coral beads at the top, made by award winning Navajo jeweler, Ray Tracey, hang from domed silver discs decorated with stampwork and matching coral beads and express lighthearted sophistication. They are clip earring and I have placed new pads on the clips for comfort's sake. You can see Tracey's name and feather logo on the back of the feather and “925”, meaning Sterling Silver, on the back of the disc.

I must tell you the story behind these Ray Tracey earrings. I took my mother with me to the Santa Fe Indian Market back in the 1980's. Mother, a child of the depression, almost never made a purchase for herself. She just plain fell in love with a large feather inlay pendant made by Tracey. With my encouragement she purchased it but could not afford the matching earrings and wouldn't let me buy them for her. Tracey, who is the most handsome Indian you will ever see, noticed that she came back several times to look at the earrings. At the end of the day he pulled her aside, gave her the earrings for free along with a kiss. She was the envy of every woman in sight! She was in tears, as am I when I tell this story. I inherited them from her but they now belong on a younger woman – someone who will love them as much as I have.

Condition: Excellent.
Size: Total length 2 3/4”. Feather 1 1/4”. Domed disc 1” in diameter, 3/8” deep.

SALE!

$100.00

SOLD!

NA223

STRIKING SQUASH BLOSSOM ( Vintage Navajo Jewelry Squash Blossom Necklace ): This striking Sterling Silver and deep red Carnelian Squash Blossom Necklace has been a favorite in my personal collection since the early 1980's. It has the classical inverted crescent shaped Naja with a Carnelian stone at both tips and in the center. I have not worn it for awhile and it had become quite oxidized – more so than I could polish so I had it done professionally by my jeweler and now it looks great. The translucent Carnelian stones actually gleam in the light. I think you can get an idea of that in our initial photo. It has a “squiggle” hallmark and “STERLING” impressed on the back but despite an extensive search I was not able to find the name of the talented artist but I am quite certain it is Navajo. It has a hook and eye closure. I know you will enjoy wearing it as I did. Heads will turn!

Condition: Excellent.
Size: Length 26”. Naja 2 1/2” high, 2 1/4” wide. Individual blossoms 1 1/2” long, 3/4” wide.

SOLD!

NA224

BUTTERFLY BEAUTY ( Navajo Jewelry Mosaic Inlay Pendant ): How can I part with this? This is the most beautiful example of Navajo Mosaic Inlay Jewelry I have seen. The rainbow colors of the five Navajo Rainbow Men are created from Turquoise, Jet, Pipestone, Red Spiny Oyster Shell and Mother-of-Pearl. They inhabit a lovely field of turquoise. The inner edges of the wings are decorated with tiny silver orbs along with three along he outer edges. The Butterfly is set in Sterling Silver and hangs from a stampwork decorated bale. It bears the initials “WM” along with “STERLING” on the back. Both Wilbert and Wayne Muskett are Navajo artists known for their mosaic inlay jewelry but could not find a matching hallmark.

This butterfly pendant can decorate your finest outfit whether you live on the East Coast, the West Coast or anywhere in between.

Condition: Excellent.
Size: Height 3” not including bale, 2 1/2” wide, 1/4” deep.

SOLD!

NA151

MERGER OF THE BEAR & PARROT CLANS ( Vintage Native American Hopi Indian Jewelry Chalmers Day Pin / Pendant ): I admit that I am an addicted to the work of multi-award winning Hopi artist Chalmers Day. This exquisite Sterling Silver pin/pendant is the first piece of his work that I ever purchased. (c. 1986) Chalmers Day jewelry takes one on a journey into the spiritual world of the Hopi. He is recognized as one of the greatest overlay jewelers in history. (See “American Indian Jewelry I – 1200 Artist Biographies”, page 133.) I was so taken by the unusual shape of this large pin/pendant and the way you can see all of the tiny darkened texture marks in the underlay. In this remarkable piece he named “Merger of the Bear & Parrot Clans”, you can see the giant bear claw at the top reaching down toward the parrot claw curled at the bottom. Projected to the right the little bear straddles two worlds. Earth and sky symbols are interwoven at the center. (Chalmers is a member of the parrot clan.) The silver is done in a matte finish. There is a safety clasp pin back and a good sized hook to use as a pendant. The back is hallmarked with his cloud symbol and the word “Sterling”. I used to stand in line at 6:00 AM at the Santa Fe Indian Market to be able to purchase one of the seven or eight pieces he had made. In a few hours he was done selling, gathered up his award ribbons and was gone.

Condition: Excellent. From my personal collection the back retains all of the original information. Chain is not included.
Size: Large. 3 1/2" high, 1 3/4" wide, just over 1/4" deep.
SOLD!

NA174

SILVER STALLION BOLO ( Vintage Stan Bentall Sterling Silver Bolo Tie ): For many years Stan Bentall's Passionate Eye Gallery was a must visit on our trips to Santa Fe. Filled with sculptures of western wild life by Stan and other sculptors, it was like a small museum. I would often see my husband, John, gazing over a small jewelry section where Stan had turned his sculpting talents into a few silver bolo and belt buckle sets featuring such animals as bears, deer, long horns, eagles – and his favorite – wild mustangs. They were all stunningly beautiful little 3-dimensional sculptures. John had thrown away his ties in favor of bolos when we first became Texans. This set became his favorite for many years. Since his passion has now turned to ironwood sets he has grudgingly donated this gorgeous Sterling Silver Wild Mustang Bolo Tie to the cause. Please also notice the detail and beauty of the silver feather fixings. This could be worn by man or woman but it is an almost solid chunk of silver! There is a flat strip of leather across the back of the neck piece for added comfort. The back is marked “© 1987, BENTALL, SS”. Layaway available.

SOLD!

NA138

MYSTICAL MOSAIC ( Native American Indian Jewelry Zuni Bear Pendant ): Highly detailed, filled with symbolism and rich with colored stone inlay, this Zuni Bear Pendant is a feast for your eyes. I purchased this sumptuous piece when I was in Sedona, knowing that I have a lot of buyers who love bears. Set in Sterling Silver, this lovely example of mosaic inlay combines turquoise, orange spiny oyster shell, lapis and two colors of mother-of-pearl (both white and yellow) – all set into a jet bear. The work is fine and precise, accented with silver dots and a silver ring for the bear’s eye. The back of this piece is hallmarked “MY” and “Sterling”. The mosaic design is of Yei figures. Please notice the large vibrant colored bail – a work of art it its own right. This bail can be used with a thick chain, a wide silver neck collar or you can slide it onto black or silver beads. The Sterling Silver chain that the bear is photographed on (marked “925”) is available for an additional price. This eye-dazzling bear pendant, encrusted with silver and stone inlay, will quickly become one of your favorite pendants. Just think of what a great gift this would make – then keep it for yourself! It’s simply too exciting to share.

Condition: Excellent.
Size: With bale 2 1/4" high, 2 1/4" wide, 1/8” deep. Bale has 3/8” opening. Sterling chain is 22” long with a lobster claw closure.
SOLD!

NA175

SILVER STALLION BELT BUCKLE ( Vintage Stan Bentall Sterling Silver Belt Buckle ): For many years Stan Bentall's Passionate Eye Gallery was a must visit on our trips to Santa Fe. Filled with sculptures of western wild life by Stan and other sculptors, it was like a small museum. I would often see my husband, John, gazing over a small jewelry section where Stan had turned his sculpting talents into a few silver bolo and belt buckle sets featuring such animals as bears, deer, long horns, eagles – and his favorite – wild mustangs. They were all stunningly beautiful little 3-dimensional sculptures. John had thrown away his ties in favor of bolos when we first became Texans. This set became his favorite for many years bringing him many compliments. Since his passion has now turned to ironwood sets he has grudgingly donated this gorgeous Sterling Silver Wild Mustang Belt Buckle to the cause. This could be worn by man or woman but it is an almost solid chunk of silver! The back is marked “© 1987, BENTALL, SS”. I'm selling them separately, but – of course – this is a perfect match to the Silver Stallion Bolo. Please note: They are $550.00 each, but $1000.00 for the set. Layaway available.

Condition: Excellent.
Size: 4” wide, 2 3/4” high, 1” deep. Will take belt up to 1/12” wide.

SOLD!

NA185

ESTATE TURQUOISE CUFF ( Vintage Native American Navajo Indian Silver & Turquoise Cuff ): Part of the beauty of Turquoise is the variety of the blue to green colors and part is the tremendous range and type of veins and inclusions within the turquoise stones. The various turquoise mines became famous based on the both. The stones in this cuff tend toward the light blue side of turquoise and the veins form brown-gold webbing – both adding to the beauty of this Silver Navajo Cuff. There are nine stones – tapering to smaller ones on the sides – set on a triple bar silver cuff decorated with stampwork on both ends and a pair of silver orbs between each bezel set stone. A lovely decoration for your wrist and an estate piece to pass on through your family.

Condition: Excellent. Mild oxidation of silver.
Size: Stones vary from 3/4” high, 1/2” wide to 1/2” high, 1/4” wide. Cuff varies from 1” wide in front to 5/8” at back, 1/4” deep. Inner opening 6 5/8”. Mild give in 1” opening.

SOLD!

NA150

CLARENCE LEE STORYTELLER BRACELET (Native American Navajo Indian Cuff Bracelet): If you know much about Navajo jewelry, you will recognize this Storyteller Bracelet as the work of esteemed Navajo silversmith, Clarence Lee. I purchased this bracelet from him at the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market in Phoenix. (c. 1997) Lee is an artist who carefully records scenes from Navajo life – both past and present. The copper work at the top of the bracelet depicts the spectacular Monument Valley landscape. Floating in the cloud filled sky is a 14KT moon and a turquoise, coral, jet and mother-of-pearl sunface (Tewa) also set in 14KT gold. With precise attention to detail he celebrates the nostalgic and bucolic life of the Navajo. His trademark pickup truck filled with wood sits behind a man with an axe. A six-sided traditional Hogan has a copper fireplace and you can see the smoke coming out of the chimney – a little dog stands outside, next to a drying rack for hides. Inside the kitchen Lee has pictured his grandmother putting coffee on the stove; outside stands a water barrel. Another Navajo woman, along with her saddled horse and dog, holds a stick as she herds sheep and goats. These enduring aspects of Navajo life are rendered with a touch of whimsy. Lee is adept at all forms of casting and makes his own dies and stamps. Both the top and bottom rims of this bracelet are covered with stamp work. He uses a technique of appliqué, not overlay, in which each piece is cut out from silver, gold or copper and then soldered individually onto the base. This method is necessary because each of the metal has a different melting point. The multidimensional quality of this bracelet is astonishing! Clarence Lee has won every award around and has a copyright on these storyteller bracelets and concho belts. This is a thick bracelet with hallmarks that read “© Clarence Lee”, Sterling & 14K” along with his stamped rocking “LE”. The best of the best. An extraordinary work of art!

Condition: Excellent.
Size: 1 3/4" high, 1/4" deep with raised figures, 7 1/8” around including 1 1/4" opening at back. Because of its thickness this magnificent bracelet is best for a small wrist.
SOLD!

NA132

DYNAMITE GREEN CARICO LAKE ( Native American Indian Jewelry Zuni Ring ): Carico Lake Turquoise from Nevada is in very high demand and its price has continued to rise over the last 5 years. This wonderful asymmetrical ring shows the influence of contemporary design. The green stone is bezel set high above the sleek setting. (The photos can’t capture the spring green color well. It is green all over.) Each side of the ring has a different cut away design that shows the work of a skilled and original silversmith. (c. 1990) One side of the ring band overlaps the other side under the Carico Lake stone so that you may resize the ring by gently pushing it closed or pulling it open. The current ring size is a 6 1/2. (I think that you can size it about 1 size up or down.) The inside of the ring band is hallmarked by the artist “Lee Nieto”, “Sterling” and 2 small marks that I believe to be animal hooves. Outstanding in its entirety, this is a ring that any sophisticated jewelry buyer will covet. It makes a brilliant design statement that conveys the essence of chic!

Condition: Excellent.
Size: The green turquoise stone is 7/8” at it highest point and 1/2" at its widest point, 1/4" deep. The adjustable ring band is 1” under the flat side of the stone, 3/4" on the other side & 3/8” at the back. Very comfortable. The current ring size is 6 1/2.
SOLD!

NA149

LAPIS & CORAL NAVAJO RUG PATTERN ( Native American Navajo Indian Cuff Bracelet ): This Navajo Cuff bracelet is designed by Richard Begay “a master of mosaic inlay”. I purchased it at the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market in Phoenix. (c. 1995) I was so impressed by the unusual colors and Navajo Rug Pattern design. The inlay stones are scarce pink angelskin coral, red Mediterranean coral and vibrant blue lapis lazuli. The cutout design is laid over a grainy reticulated surface that makes both the colors and design stand out more prominently. As he perfected his craft, “Richard explored different techniques for inlaying, always searching for the best way, the most beautiful setting, the perfect harmony of material and craft.” The inside of the bracelet is hallmarked “RB” “Sterling”. (The “RB” hallmark is also shared by his wife, Rita Begay.) You could search for years to find this extraordinary set of colors in an inlay bracelet. The beautiful things Richard looks for exist in his creations.

Condition: Excellent.
Size: 1” high, 1/8” deep, 7 3/8” around including 1” opening. My wrist over the bone is 6 1/2". It fits me perfectly. If your wrist is larger, it will not fit properly. Bracelet is a small to small medium.
SOLD!

NA134

CHALMERS DAY HOPI MASTERWORK ( Vintage Native American Indian Jewelry Chalmers Day Hopi Belt Buckle ): I am addicted to the work of multi-award winning Hopi artist Chalmers Day. It is like pulling teeth to part with a piece, but here goes! This exquisite Sterling Silver Hopi Belt Buckle by Chalmers Day is very sophisticated with detailed overlay work. The quality of his artistry is exceptional, as seen in this buckle which combines rain, water, planting and pueblo scenes in one piece. (c. 1985) The most complex Hopi designer, his work is often identified by the tiny round circles seen at all four corners of this piece. Chalmers Day’s jewelry takes one on a journey into the spiritual world of the Hopi. He is recognized as one of the greatest overlay jewelers in history. (See “American Indian Jewelry I – 1200 Artist Biographies”, page 133.) The design of this buckle is very unusual, slightly arched on the top and bottom with “stair step” cut work at each side. There is a belt slide and hook on the back as well as the Chalmers Day hallmark of a cloud. This spectacular belt buckle takes the normal 1 1/2" Western leather belt. I remember standing in line at 7 AM at the Santa Fe Indian Market to be able to purchase one of the 7 or 8 pieces that Day had made – this is one of them! I have noticed that his early work is much more complex than his newer work – if you can find it at all. This is the finest Hopi work available. It is an outstanding addition to any collection – appropriate for wear by man or woman. Don’t let it get away!

Condition: Excellent. A few light scratches that can be buffed out by a jeweler if you like.
Size: 3 1/4" wide, 2” high, 1/8” deep. Takes the normal 1 1/2" Western leather belt.
SOLD!
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NA094

SILVER DUST ( Native American Indian Navajo Cuff Bracelet ): As Native American artists master new techniques the look of Southwestern jewelry has been expanding in many directions. This Navajo bracelet, signed “Nez”, is an example of the reticulation technique. Discovered by accident in 1978, in the reticulation process shavings or filings of silver dust are applied to a silver surface – which is then heated until the particles adhere to it, providing a grainy texture. At the center of this Sterling Silver bracelet is a bezel set cabochon of deep coral. The granulation provides a surface that greatly enhances the color of the coral. I purchased this piece in Santa Fe approximately 20 years ago, but it is still a cutting edge look for a collector who enjoys an artistic contemporary style. Condition: Excellent. Size: Bracelet is 3/4” wide, 6 1/2” in circumference, including the 1 3/8” opening. Best suited to a smaller wrist. SOLD!

NA206

BOLD NAVAJO STATEMENT ( Vintage Native American Navajo Indian Jewelry Men's or Women's Turquoise & Claw Ring ): This striking Navajo Sterling Silver ring features a huge oval of matrix embellished blue Turquoise with a curved black claw at one end. A superior estate find with all the “bells and whistles”. (c. 1950-60) A decorative band of twisted wire work, along with a Sterling Silver leaf and three orbs, finish off this impressive ring. There is a split shank ring band and the current ring size is 8 1/2. (A ring band sizer is in place.) You could have your jeweler make the ring size smaller but not too much as the size of the turquoise stone must be balanced. This is a ring for those of you women – or men – who have been searching for a larger band size. Not for the timid, this bold Vintage Navajo Ring is a superb fashion statement in a killer combination. Designers favor gray at present – picture this as you flaunt your individual style.

Condition: Excellent. Vintage.
Size: Face is 1 3/4” long, 1 1/4” wide, 1/4” deep. Ring size is 8 ½.

SOLD!
 

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