Three sandcast bracelets from Santo Domingo Pueblo. The two at left are by Gilbert Garcia and the one at right is by Cordell Lovato. All have designs inside as well. (Will post those soon. Left to right: just over 1/2 inch wide. $160. 5/8 inch wide. $200. 7/8 inch wide$375.


A couple of Orville Tsinnie's timeless bracelets. The top bracelet is set with turquoise from Nevada with a 14kt gold bezel and gold drops.

The bottom bracelet is set with an older piece of Blue Gem turquoise. Just over 1/2 inch wide and is 5.25 inches with a 1 inch opening. $800. (both in Santa Fe)

One of Colin Coonsis' fabulous Pixel Series bracelets. $650


<<The Solaawitsi or Zuni Little Fire God is by Andrea Lonjose Shirley. 3.5 inches long, it is priced at $480.

The Zuni Rain Priest of the North is also by Eldred Martinez of Zuni. 2.75 inches long. $228.



We have been fortunate to have Ruby Haley bring us her great silver bead necklaces and chokers. This month she brought us a great squash blossom necklace with a sandcast nazha. 24 inches long, the nazha is 2 1/8 by 1 1/5 inches. SOLD


A woman in the maze and a man in the maze pendant by Tohono O'odham artist, Rick Manuel. Each is 1 /38 inches across and $220.

The woman is holding a rattle and is a makah or traditional T.O. healer. The man is holding a walking staff. The Woman in the Maze has been sold but can be special ordered.


A reversible inlaid nazha by Merle House Jr., Navajo. 1.25 by 1.25 inches. $150.


An incredible piece of jewelry by Navajo jewelry artist Ernest Rangel. It is quite heavy, with a sandcast shank and then overlaid with 1000+ individually made and placed silver drops - and 3 pieces of coral. Just over 1.5 inches wide and 5.25 inches iwth 1.25 inch opening. $1000. (Tucson)


A nice piece of Bisbee turquoise with chocolate brown matrix and quartz is set in this bracelet by Orville Tsinnie. It is just under 1 inch wide, it's 5.75 inches with a 1.25 inch opening. (Orville's size L) SOLD (Santa Fe)

Craig Agoodie created this contemporary coral bracelet using a very old bracelet as a model. .75 inch wide, the coral is flanked by 14kt gold dots. 5.25 inches with a 1 inch opening. $800.-the coral is an unbelievably deep rich red !

Both plain silver bracelets are by Duane Maktima, bit as is true for his work, there is nothing 'plain' about them !

The reverse curved bracelet with the water motif and chiselled background is 3/4 inch wide. 5.25 with a 1 inch opening. $360

His hollow-ware bracelet with the curved back and reticulated surface and abstract designs is just over 1/2 inch wide and is the same wrist size as above. $850. (Tucson)


One of Leonard Nez's classic multi-layer belt buckles. set with a piece of is called waterweb turquoise from the Kingman Mine in Arizona, it measures 2.25 by 2.25 inches and fits a a 1 1/4 inch belt. $675. (Santa Fe)

By Cody Sanderson, this great bracelet is 1 /78 inches wide. 6.25 inches with a 1 inch opening. This great cuff can be sized to fit a wider range of wrist size than most because of its spring. $950. (Santa Fe)


A very nice old style bracelet by Craig Agoodie. The spiderweb turquoise is from Nevada, but I've had it around for so long I can not say for certain what mine it might have come out of it - but no matter: beautiful natural turquoise is beautiful natural turquoise! 5.5 inches with a one inch opening and 1/2 inch wide. $400. (Santa Fe)


A great sandcast pendant by Lorenzo Shirley. The bale is set with excellent coral. A sandcast bezel was made for the great, dark blue Morenci turquoise he cut and inlaid in to the setting. It measures 4 inches long from the top of the bale to the sandcast and chiselwork dangles and 1.75 inches across. $1100. TUCSON

A great little goat pin by Craig Agoodie, set with a piece of natural, spiderweb turquoise.1.75 by 1.5 inches. $300. (His father is from the Manygoats Clan, so creating this pin was something of a labor of love.) TUCSON


Vernon A Begaye fasioned this exceptional necklace, set with coral, turquoise, lapis lazuli, two varieties of spondylus shell, sugilite and a pearl!


for recent works by Pat Pruitt in stainless, titanium and zirconium as well as new work by Steve Yellowhorse, please visit the website of our sister gallery: