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Items We've Recently Added to Our Site

Here are some of the latest additions to our site--this section is updated frequently. There are many new items that do not show up in this section, however, so be sure to check the individual categories as well. Please click on any of the images below to view a larger image along with more information, prices and links to gallery pages for more art in each category.

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Navajo stamped silver bracelet by Fred Peshlakai, purchased from him in June of 1965. Pictured on page 180 of NAVAJO SILVERSMITH FRED PESHLAKAI by Steven Curtis. Inside size 6"...
Navajo cigarette lighter with bezel-set Lone Mountain turquoise and applied silver knifewing on the opposite side. Hinge functions well and internal original parts are present....
A marvelous pair of Dishta family triple hoops with turquoise inlay, c. 1950s. A simple design, yet executed with rare finesse and grace. The inlaid flowers on the posts are the...
A masterpiece of Navajo weaving--Navajo Germantown pictorial blanket with trains, houses and weaving tools, c 1890s. One of the finest pictorial weavings to come on to the...
Zuni inlay bird pendant circa 1940 with jet, turquoise, shell and spondylus. The weight is 16 grams and the measurement from the top of the keeper to the silver balls is 2". The...
Very cool older pair of Zuni inlay circle hoops for pierced ears. Old style clasp screws on the threaded posts to secure earring from loss.
silver, turquoise, earrings, Zuni
Peshlakai, Fred--small and very wearable silver and Blue Gem turquoise buckle (hallmarked), c. 1972. One of the last pieces of silver he ever made, hallmarked with an engraver....
Monongye, Preston--large and finely cast Hopi silver and turquoise pendant by Preston Monongye (hallmarked), c. 1970s. A very attractive and oversized pendant with an abstract...
Oval greenish-blue Navajo ring size 6.5 circa 1940s with wear. 7 grams.
These sweet feminine Zuni earrings on silver hooks are real and right and give a flash of color to any simple outfit. . 5/8" long, (not including the ear hook).
WS E 3428
These darling two-part Navajo dangle earrings started out life as cuff links! Pretty stamping on the upper part and nice old bezel-settings with green turquoise...
Pretty cool Navajo ring with a pump drilled (and filled with resin) bead circa 1930s. Weighs 6 grams. Size 8 (can be sized).
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Zuni half hoop earrings. Stunning earrings with bezel-set turquoise around the full length of the half hoops. 1 1/2" in diameter. The pair weigh 8 grams. Both earrings...
Matched pair of silver cigarette boxes with Zuni inlaid figures, c. 1950s. The Rainbow Man is the work of Alonzo Hustito, while the knifewing is by an unknown but talented...
Rivera's Bisbee turquoise earrings. Nice little factoid...the Rivera brothers worked for Frank Patania for a while and then later on they set up their own shop in Santa Fe,...
Patania and Leekya--Lovely silver box by Frank Patania Sr. (hallmarked), c. 1950. This box also has Zuni inlay set on the top, including three small Leekya leaves and a channel...
Navajo/Pueblo earrings with wirework and 3 turquoise, c. 1925-35. Pictured in NAVAJO AND PUEBLO EARRINGS on page 89. Currently posts. 1 5/8" long.
Patania--large silver and turquoise pin/pendant by Frank Patania Sr. (hallmarked) on a silver bead chain, c. 1950s. Chain measures 18 1/2" long, pin/pendant is 2 1/2" diameter.
Excellent old Navajo crescent earrings with turquoise, c. 1915-25. Currently posts. 1 1/4" diameter.
Navajo silver bracelet with a row of #8 turquoise, c. 1950s. Great turquoise on a very nice and easy to wear bracelet. Inside size 5 1/2" with a 1 1/4" opening (can be...
Navajo ring from c. 1930s with mismatched green and blue turquoise stones. Size 7 and weighs 7 grams.
Navajo stamped silver bracelet by Fred Peshlakai, purchased from Peshlakai in August of 1965. Pictured on page 181 of NAVAJO SILVERSMITH FRED PESHLAKAI by Steven Curtis. Inside...
Earrings made from an extremely fine pair of Pueblo silver and turquoise wirework buttons, ex-Evetts collection, c. 1920. Currently hooks. 1 1/8" long without hooks.
Elaborate Zuni cluster earrings with stamped silver feathers, c. 1950. Currently screwbacks. 3 1/8" long
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