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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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Silver and turquoise bolo tie, c. 1960. Ex-Anita Da collection--the "DVP" engraved on the back is what she used to identify her personal piece of jewelry. Most likely Navajo...
Sanderson, Cody (hallmarked)--what a creative and fun silver bracelet. Sanderson's jewelry is known for its sense of fun, and this one, with it's flaring shape and expanding...
Outrageous silver and turquoise necklace from Frank Patania Sr.'s Thunderbird Shop (hallmarked), c. 1960. Five individual plates, each with applied floral sprays, come together...
Patania, Frank Sr. (hallmarked)--modernist silver and turquoise earrings, c. 1950. Currently posts. Total length 1 3/4"
Yazzie, Lee (hallmarked)--a typically wonderful silver and turquoise ring by the great master. Note the hand-filed ropework around the stone, and the notched setting. And to top...
Monongye, Preston (hallmarked)--a major piece by the Hopi master, c. 1970s. We do not now if he made the silver beads as well as the cast silver pendant, but since these long...
Navajo silver and turquoise ring, marked "STERLING", c. 1940. A very nice Fred Harvey-style ring with a large turquoise. Size 8 (can be sized), face measures 1 5/8" x 1 3/8".
Livingston, Jake (hallmarked)--Livingston is one of the best Zuni inlay artists working today, and his pieces have great weight and careful silverwork. The bluejay is absolutely...
Zuni channel inlay earrings, c. 1950s. Lovely sunface design done in silver, turquoise, jet and abalone. Currently posts. 1 3/4" total length.
Begay, Harvey (hallmarked)--it would be hard to find a more distinctive ring than this beauty by Navajo master Begay, who was known for interesting and unique designs. The...
Charlie, Ric (hallmarked)--a cast silver and turquoise Yei face bracelet by one of the great modern masters. Creative and gorgeous. Inside size 5" with a 1 1/4" opening (can be...
Patania, Frank Sr. (hallmarked)--fabulous silver and turquoise openwork earrings, c. 1940s. Currently hooks. Length 1 3/4" without hooks.
Golsh, Larry (hallmarked)--great cast silver earrings by Golsh, one of the finest Indian silversmiths of the 1970s and 1980s and a great innovator. Currently posts. Total length...
Navajo sandcast bracelet, c. 1920. A very nice casting with applied decoration on the sides and great wear. Old cast pieces like this are quite rare to the market. Inside size 5...
Begay, Philander (hallmarked)--the best and most elaborate Philander Begay bracelet we have ever seen. Begay is a Navajo smith who specializes in casting, and to see him branch...
Sabatie, Eveli (hallmarked)--wonderful silver, coral and green stone earrings. The green stone could be pale turquoise, but is more likely chrysophase, one of the exotic stones...
Craig, Hyson (hallmarked)--a rare example of Navajo fishscale inlay, done in Burnham turquoise, c. 1970s. A very distinctive and beautiful bracelet. Inside size 5 5/8" with a 1...
Lovato, Anthony (hallmarked)--excellent cast silver and matrixed turquoise bracelet by the casting master from Santo Domingo, with designs on both the inside and the outside....
Silver Products bracelet (hallmarked)--the Silver Products Company produced silver and turquoise bracelets such as this one for outlets in the Southwest in the 1930s and 1940s,...
Pueblo silver bracelet with Lone Mountain turquoise, c. 1950s. The very fancy silverwork is balanced by the absolutely great turquoise to give you a bracelet that is at once...
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