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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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Tsabetsaye, Edith (hallmarked)--a truly beautiful Zuni pin/pendant done in turquoise and silver needlepoint by the greatest practitioner of the art. 2 3/4" diameter, weight 29...
Navajo silver ring with Lone Mountain turquoise, c. 1950. A nice silver ring with turquoise that is more than just nice. Size 6 (can be sized), stone measures 3/4" x 3/8",...
Iroquois beaded bag, c. 1845-50. A lovely design and vibrant color palette, in very good condition. 6 1/4" x 6".
Nez, Gibson (hallmarked)--when Nez was on his game, there was none better and few as good. This is one of his masterworks--the tooling on the silver is intricate and carefully...
Monongye, Preston (hallmarked)--a great Hopi cast silver cuff with inlay and animal tracks on both sides, c. 1975. A textbook top-quality piece of his work, one on which he...
Navajo silver and turquoise buckle, c. 1925-30. A unique and interesting buckle, with repousse decoration. 2 7/8" x 2 1/4", takes up to a 3/4" leather, weight 29 grams.
Hopi woven sash in a very unusual color palette, c. 1920-40. Excellent condition, and incredible visual appeal. 102" long including fringe.
Yazzie, Marie--Navajo silver bead earrings, contemporary. These pretty earrings go well with everything, and are very easy to wear. Currently posts. 1 1/4" long, weight 8...
Lovato, Julian (hallmarked)--absolutely magnificent in every way, from the quality of the silverwork to the intense red of the coral. The plate necklace is usually associated...
Hopi woven manta with brocade decoration, c. 1920. A cotton "Kachina cape" with wool decoration, including butterflies. Excellent condition. 52" x 39".
Navajo silver and Blue Gem turquoise earrings, c. 1950s. It's all about the luminous stones in these beauties, which are currently screwbacks. 1 5/8" long, weight 8 grams/pair.
Robinson, Morris (hallmarked)--lovely stampwork and wirework on this Hopi silver and turquoise piece, made circa 1940s. His signature arrows grace both sides of this bracelet....
Navajo earrings, c. 1950s. Long stamped blossoms, currently hooks. 2 5/8" long including hooks, weight 9 grams/pair.
Navajo Guild (hallmarked)--a beautiful silver and turquoise squash blossom necklace, c. 1955-60. Great cast naja and fleur-de-lis blossoms with fine turquoise, probably Burnham....
Coin, Edgar (hallmarked)--an early (circa 1950-55) Hopi ingot silver bracelet by one of the few known early Hopi smiths. The design looks as if it is overlay, but is actually...
Begay, Harvey (hallmarked)--very nice silver earrings, currently posts. 3/4" x 3/4".
Patania, Frank Sr. (hallmarked)--a nice silver and turquoise pendant on a hand made flat link chain, c. 1940s. Straight length 22 1/2" pendant has a diameter of 1 1/4", total...
Tsabetsaye, Edith (hallmarked)--a magnificent coral and silver bracelet by Tsabetsaye, the finest needlepoint artist to ever work at Zuni. Done in her trademark raised style,...
Tawangyaouma, Ralph (hallmarked)--a fabulous Hopi silver and turquoise (probably Royston) bracelet by Ralph T, whose work is difficult to find. Very carefully and expertly made....
Navajo cast silver bracelet with Bisbee turquoise, c. 1960. A gorgeous stone, in a very unusual casting. Inside size 5 1/2" with a 7/8" opening (can be adjusted), weight 61 grams.
Lovato, Julian (hallmarked)--a wonderfully sleek silver and coral bracelet by the great Kewa master. Extremely high-grade coral, plus the exemplary silverwork you would expect...
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