Mary Tom (born Mary Begay) is a member of the Water's Edge and Black-Streaked Wood clans. Born in 1949, she is one of 8 children, but only Mary and her brother Steven are silversmiths. Of her 5 children, only the oldest, Angie, makes jewelry, having learned from her Mom. Mary has been silversmithing from the early 1970s and has developed a unique style that continues to evolve and enchant.

We always enjoy it when Mary stops by because she has a great sense of humor and an infectious laugh.


A gorgeous contemporary squash blossom neklace by Mary Tom. She has created several of these, but each isdifferent form the next. The nazha measures 2 7.8 by 2 1/8 inches and th necklace is 25 inches from catch to catch. $2200.


A dynamic pair of earrings, 2.25 inches long and $180.


The necklace with the arrowhead pendant is set with Kingman spiderweb turquoise. The pendant is 3 inches to the top of the bale. SOLD

The pendant with a cluster of spondylus shell set around a blue-green turquoise is 2.25 inches across. This necklace is SOLD


<< One of Mary's square bead chokers. $485 and 17 inches long.


This is the first ring I think we have had of her work. The top measures 3/4 inch across and the size is 7 1/2. SOLD


Mary's swirl or water earrings and a pair of her lightning earrings. The swirl are just over 1.75 inches long and the lightning are exactly 1.75 inches long. $150.


A very nice sunface bola tie with Sleeping Beauty turquoise and coral with handmade bola tips. 2.25 inches across. SOLD

The swirl earrings with coral are 2.5 inches long and priced at $195.

The earrings with the textured pos tops are just under 2.5 inches long and $185.