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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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Romero, Ken (hallmarked)
Romero is Laguna/Taos, and...
Monongye, Preston (hallmarked)
Cast silver pendant with...
Yazzie, Mary Marie (hallmarked) ring and necklace set
A...
Ex-Paul Fickinger collection--a fascinating Pueblo necklace with...
Quandelacy, Andres (hallmarked)
Andres Quandelacy is one of...
Taliman, David--silver and turquoise pendant on beads (hallmarked)...
Deyuse, Leekya--let's kick things off with an unquestionable...
Navajo squash blossom necklace with unusual cornplant tabs and Lone...
Norman Honie Sr. Hopi overlay plate necklace (hallmarked) with...
Joe H. Quintana (hallmarked) modernist necklace and matching...
Leekya carved frog fetish necklace. Pendant has detachable silver...
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