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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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Lovato, Julian (hallmarked)--lovely silver and good quality coral earrings by the great master, currently clips. 1 3/8" high, weight 19 grams/pair.
Lee, Clarence (hallmarked)--a silver ring with a shepherd, goat, lamb and dog. Size 8 (can be sized), weight 42 grams, face of ring is 1 11/16" long.
Navajo Second Phase silver and turquoise concho belt, c. 1900. A truly superlative smaller-scale belt. Buckle measures 2 3/4" x 1 7/8", each of the 8 leather-backed conchos...
Lee, Russell (hallmarked)--a Navajo silver saguaro cactus pin, 1 7/8" high.
Navajo silver tourist trade bracelet with 5 silver bosses, c. 1930s. Check out the little lizard on the side. Inside size 5 3/4" with a 7/8" opening (can be adjusted), weight 21...
Sequaptewa, Raymond (hallmarked)--an amazing Hopi kachina face necklace with in silver and cobblestone inlay. Pendant measures 2 1/8" x 1 7/8" without sinew drops, silver link...
Sequaptewa, Raymond (hallmarked)--a typically evocative silver and turquoise piece by the most creative Hopi silversmith of the contemporary era. Pendant measures 2 1/2" high,...
Begaye, Marco (hallmarked)--a lovely and graceful early (c. 1980s) all-silver bracelet. Done with overlay, applique and filework--a very fine work by a master. Inside size 5...
Loco, Jan (hallmarked)--Loco is a Warm Springs Apache silversmith who specializes in abstract rock art-type forms, such as this pin, executed in silver. 4" high.
Nez, Gibson (hallmarked)--Nez was one of the first Navajo smiths to set inlay on the edges of pieces, like he did to such great effect in this silver, coral, jet and shell piece...
Navajo silver tourist trade bracelet with 3 bosses, c. 1930s. A fun thunderbird stamp on the side, as well. Inside size 5 7/8" with a 3/4" opening (can be adjusted), weight 35...
Ration, Bennie (hallmarked)--this Navajo silver pin is done in Hopi-style overlay, with a single piece of turquoise. 3 5/8" long.
Sabatie, Eveli (hallmarked)--Sabatie's creativity was endless, and this cast silver bracelet is surely one of the best examples of her artistry that we have seen. The inlay work...
Zuni inlaid snake dancer pin, probably by John Lucio, c. 1950s. 2 1/2" high.
Navajo all-silver half-round bracelet with chiselwork, c. 1910. Nicely filed and stamped ends, as well. Inside size 5 5/8" with a 7/8" opening (can be adjusted), weight 32 grams.
Zuni Rainbow Man pin by Neva Cellicion (inlay) and Judith Lamy (silverwork) (hallmarked). A rare and beautiful example that can be precisely attributed to the artists. 3 1/4"...
Zuni inlaid sunface inside a silver zia pin, c. 1950s. 1 3/4" across.
Navajo silver and turquoise pin., c. 1990s. An adorable little girl carrying a coffee pot, with some success. 2" high.
Navajo silver and turquoise pin, c. 1990s. This little boy is clearly getting into trouble with his slingshot. 2" high.
Lee, Russell (hallmarked)--a silver coyote and cactus with moon, 2" high. Russell Lee was Clarence Lee's son, who tragically died in a car crash far too young.
Saufkie, Laurence (hallmarked)--a nice Butterfly Maiden pin/pendant by one of the great Hopi overlay masters. 1 3/4" diameter.
Navajo silver and turquoise roadrunner pin. 2" long.
Hopi silver overlay coyote pin by Ramon Dalangyawma (hallmarked). Dalangyawma is a well-known overlay smith, and this is a wonderful example of his work. 2 5/8" x 1 1/2".
Navajo silver and turquoise lizard pin, hallmarked "AC". 3 1/8" long.
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