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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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Jimmy Herald (Navajo) hallmarked silver and Blue Gem turquoise...
Leekya carved frog fetish necklace. Pendant has detachable silver...
We are pleased to show you work from Lewis Lomay, Hopi, c. 1950s....
Pretty coral necklace by Mary Marie Yazzie Lincoln, c. 1980s, stung...
Signed "Eqthn," or something close to that... 4-stone Stenich or...
Frank Patania Junior modernist jade and amethyst necklace with...
Monongye, Preston--large and finely cast Hopi silver and turquoise...
Highly unusual Navajo squash blossom necklace, c. 1910-15. The cast...
Dan Simplicio--a striking silver, coral and turquoise necklace by...
Frank Patania Sr.--diminutive but beautiful silver and turquoise...
Navajo squash blossom necklace with unusual blossoms and a charming...
Patania--large silver and turquoise pin/pendant by Frank Patania...
Great set of graduated stamped silver beads by Mary Marie Yazzie...
Outstanding Santo Domingo inlaid dance shell, c. 1930s. An...
Zuni inlay bird pendant circa 1940 with jet, turquoise, shell and...
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