Five pendants, from left to right (all measurements include the bale): Bisbee turquoise 2.25 inches long. $225. Shadowbox by Martha&Gene Jackson set with spiderweb turquoise, 1.75 inches long. $120. Craig Agoodie made this bright pendant set with Kingman 'waterweb' turquoise, 1.75 inches long. $250. Tommy Jackson set this unsual piece of turquosie from Nevada (Royston area) 2.25 inches long. $220. And a piece of pspiderweb turquosie from the Candelaria Mine set by Craig Agoodie 1 7/8 inches long. $185.


Two very interesting (and quite beautiful!) bracelets by Lorenzo Shirley. The raised portion was sandcast and overlaid (soldered) to the bracelet plate, which itself was sandcast. Each is just under an inch wide and 5.75 inches with a 1 inch opening. Note: they CAN be sized down and there is no charge for that service.

The plain silver bracelet is $550 and the coral one is $600.

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This bracelet by Tim Herrera combines a sandcast bracelet suspended over a curved hammered bracelet with green and blue turquoise inlaid at each end. 3/4 inch wide. 5.5 inches with a 1 inch opening. SOLD

A tour de force by Duane Maktima. See our Collector Spotlight gallery for details.


More work by the inimitable Rolanda Haloo. Utilizing opal, Mexican fire opal, sugilite, coral and turquoise, from right to left: (measurements do not include the bale)

-1 by 1 3/16 inch. $200.

-1 1/8 by 1/2 inch. $120

-a Dragonfly Maiden, just under 1 inch high. $130.


Handsome belt buckles by Frances Jones.

The top buckle is just under 1.5 inches by 2.25 inches and made for a 3/4 inch belt. $240. ON HOLD

The bottom buckle is 1.6+ by 2.5 inches and also for a 3/4 inch dress belt. $300 ON HOLD


An overlay pendant by Patrick Lomawaima, who worked for the Hopi Guild. 1 7/8 inches across. $225.


Two bracelets, also by Frances (who is now 71)

The top one is 1 inch wide and measures 5.25 with a 1 inch opening.$650

The bottom one is more a man's size: 5.75 inches with a 1+ inch opening. $650. It is just under 1 inch wide.

By Lorenzo Shirley. The sandcast ring with coral is a size 9 and just over an inch wide. $200. The earrings are 2.5 inches long and $200


Great new work by Sherian Honhongva, one of the late Charles Loloma's nieces.

The square pendant is just over 3.4 inch square and set with turquoise, sugilite, lapis and two shades of coral. $800.

The rectangular pendant with fossilized ivory, lapis, two shades of coral, ironwood and turquoise is 1 inch long including the bale) $675.

The round earrings are -1/2 inch across- and set with fossil ivory, coral and ironwood. $340.


A beautiful stampwork butterfly bracelet by Monty Claw with a fascinating abstract stampwork patterning for the background. $525. 1.5 inches wide.

Wonderful sandcast (tufa cast) bracelets, by Monty Claw with stampwork fish motifs.

A plain silver fish bracelet , 1.25 inches wide in a men's size. $475. (We also have one in a ladies' size ($425)

The man's bracelet is 1 3/8 inch wide, set with Kingman 'waterweb' turquoise. 5.75 inches with a 1 inch opening. $475.

The ladies size bracelet is just under 1.25 inches wide and measure 5.25 with a 1 inch opening. $425.


A sandcast bracelet by Frances Jones, >> set with Lone Mountain turquoise. 1 5/8 inches across at the widest point it was made for a small wrist: 5 inches with a 1 inch opening. $475


A pair of Zuni snowflake (or starburst if you like) pin-pendants by Vera Halusewa of Zuni. The turquoise one is $145and the coral is $150. Both are 2 inches in diameter.



The bracelet with the traditional Navajo home scene is 7/8 inch wide, 5.5 inches with a 1 inch opening, and $400. It was made by Philbert Begay.

A silver clad copper man's bracelet by Jonathan Nez. 6.15 inches with a 1.25 inch opening. 1/2 inch wide and 1/4 inch thick! $185.


A nice shadowbox keyring by Martha and Gene Jackson, set with Kingman turquoise. 1.25 inches across $65.