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Necklaces

From simple, hand-drilled turquoise beads to elaborate silver squash blossoms, nothing represents the culture of the Southwest Indians like their necklaces. Men and women alike counted their necklaces as their most treasured possessions. The necklaces here represent the best of these pieces, from a time when a personšs wealth was displayed in their personal adornment.

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Preston Monongye (hallmarked) cast silver and turquoise pendant on...
Squash blossom necklace. Fred Peshlakai did not make the necklace...
Pretty Zuni choker-style necklace by Nancy Leekity (hallmarked), c....
Leekya carved frog fetish necklace. Pendant has detachable silver...
We are pleased to show you work from Lewis Lomay, Hopi, c. 1950s....
Frank Patania Sr.--diminutive but beautiful silver and turquoise...
Great set of graduated stamped silver beads by Mary Marie Yazzie...
A very unusual Santo Domingo necklace with an inlaid bird, c....
Two strand Leekya bird fetish necklace with 62 small carved abalone...
Eagle pendant (with chain) - Carl Luthy shop hallmark. Pretty large...
Old Pueblo single earring with single bezel-set turquoise,...
Victor Coochwytewa (Hopi) pendant on coordinating chain with coral,...
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