A wonderful Zuni cluster pin by Doris and Warren Ondelacy, masters of fine cluster jewelry. It measures 4 by 3.75 inches. $875. (Santa Fe).


A very fine piece created by the late Phil Sekaquaptewa from the village of Hotvela on Third Mesa. Overlay, hollow ware and inlay work combine to make this a stunning contemporary bracelet. Note the cutaway on the interior to reveal the ironwood. 1 1/8 inch at the widest point. 5.25 inches with a 1.25 inch opening. $1100 (Tucson)


A coral, pink coral and ironwood pendant by Sherian Honhongva (one of two nieces of the late Charles Loloma, both of whom apprenticed with him). 1 5/8 inches long, from the top of the bale. $520. (Tucson)

An older (30-40 years) cluster pin set with natural turquoise. (Santa Fe)


NAVAJO NAZHAS: left to right: By Robert Sorrell and set with Sleeping Beauty turquoise, 2.75 inches high, 2.5 inches across. $350. Sandcast by Gary Custer, 2.25 by 1.75 inches. $185 Sandcast nazha with a nice piece of natural Bisbee turquoise, by Ronnie Henry. 2 by 2 1/8 high. $400. Alvin Thompson cast this nazha with a young corn plant motif and a generous-sized bale. 1.75 across. $110

(Santa Fe)


Gorgeous red coral in this cluster pin by Alice Quam. It is just under 2 inches across, $300. (Santa Fe)


Two bracelets by Bryan Joe, son of famed silversmith Al Joe. The top one is 5.5 inches with a 1 inch opening. 1 3/8 inch wide. $550

The lower bracelet is made from argentium - a sterling silver alloyed with germanium which prevents it from tarnishing! 5.25 inches with a 1 inch openng and 3/4 inch wide.$450

A lushly illustrated overlay bracelet by Joseph Coriz of Santo Domingo Pueblo. 3/4 inch wide and $500. (Santa Fe)


By Frances Jones, this contemporary cuff fits in anywhere. 5.5 inches and 1.4 inches wide. $1100.
(We have several other bracelets by her, varying in width and pattern - and in price from $600 to $1100 - at both shops)

(Santa Fe)

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. $875.

The bottom bracelet is set with an older piece of Blue Gem turquoise. Set in gold with gold drop and frame.Just over 1/2 inch wide and is 5.25 inches with a 1 inch opening. $875. (both in Santa Fe)


The top three ranger buckles are nice heavyweight buckles by Ernest Rangel. Made for 3/4 inch belts (either dress belt or the wider Western style, they are each $475.

The bottom ranger set is by Nusie Henry and is for a 3/4 inch belt. $225. (Santa Fe)


A Navajo sandcast bracelet set with turquoise from the Royston area of Nevada. Made a medium ladies' size, it is 7/8 inch across at the widest point. $145 (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)


A woman in the maze and a man in the maze pendant by Tohono O'odham artist, Rick Manuel. The woman is holding a rattle and is a makah or traditional T.O. healer. Each: 1 /38 inches across and $220. (Santa Fe)

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