A wonderful collecion of Zuni bird pin-pendants. (details shortly)



A Buttefly Maiden sandcast pendant by Gerald Lomaventema. Set with Kingman spiderweb turquoise.



Frances Tabaha made this cast three-row bracelet. A small ladies' size, it is 1 inch wide. $265 (Tucson and Santa Fe)


Apache silversmith Marc Antia is well-known for his very heavy, deep stampwork bracelets. This one is 3/4 inch wide and 5.5 inches with a 1 inch opening. $250.

(Santa Fe)

A Navajo sandcast bracelet by Tim Mitchell set with natural turquoise from Nevada (possibly Royston or Pilot Mountain) 1 5/8 inches wide and made in a small ladies wrist size. $360. (Santa Fe)


Made by Craig Agoodie, this bracelet is set with Lone Mountain turquoise. 1 1/8 inches across at the widest point it was made for a medium wrist: 5.5 inches with a 1 inch opening. $475. (Santa Fe)


By Jennifer Curtis, this wonderfully patterned hammerwork and repousse bracelet is set with a piece of natural turquoise in an 18 kt gold bezel. The bracelet is 2 inches wide. 5.5 inches with a 1 inch opening. $1400.

(Santa Fe)


Men's bracelets, left to right: -by Ray Scott 3.4 inch wide $400, -Alvin Todachine made this stampwork bracelet 5/8 inch wide.$400. -A flared round wire bracelet by Jonathan Nez. $185. -Inlaid turquoise bracelet by Wayne Muskett, almost 1/2 inch wide. $220. SOLD -Copper bracelet by Kee Nataani, just over 3.4 inch wide. $60. -Also by Kee Nataani, this square wire bracelet it patterned on 3 of the 4 sides and the ends flair and flattened, embellished by 4 graduated fluted stampwork raindrops. $340. -A cast lightning bracelet by Alvin Thompson. $240.


Lee Charley has made a great trio of winged bugs. The coral and Sleeping Beauty turquoise dragonflies (the turquoise one is in Tucson) These pin-pendants measure 2.25 inches high and 2.75 inches across. $300.

The butterfly, also set with natural turquoise from the now-closed Sleeping Beauty Mine in Arizona. It measures 2.75 by 2.75 inches. $300.