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Joel Pajarito, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Joel Pajarito's latest offering is this gorgeous reversible sterling silver link necklace. Each hand fabricated link is just under 1" long by 1/4" wide and is hand stamped with pueblo inspired motif. The silver circle connecting links and hook, as well as the eye clasp, are also hand fabricated. This stunning, easy to wear necklace is about 22" long and bears the artist's mark.
Rachel Concho, Acoma
Rachel Concho's traditional pottery is all hand-formed using natural clay and precisely hand-painted with natural clay pigment paint. It measures about 3" tall and 4 1/2" in diameter, and is a feast for the eyes. This traditional jar is signed by the artist.
Kevin Chapman, Zuni-Sioux
Anderson Jamie Peynetsa
Jamie Peynetsa collaborated with his mother Avelia Peynetsa to create this incredible all hand-formed and hand-painted Dragonfly, Frog and tadpole pottery is about 4 7/8" in diameter and 4 1/4" tall. This water creature-themed seed pottery is gorgeous and captivating viewed from any angle. Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Denise Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Brion Hattie's Bobcat of leopard jasper is staying alert, keeping its eyes of inlaid turquoise fixed on a distant point and ready to move if necessary. With a nicely bobbed tail and an offering bundle of a gold lip shell point plus turquoise, this feline is about 3 5/8" long and 2 1/8" tall.
Spencer Nutima, Hopi
Christopher Sandoval, Zuni-San Felipe
Robert Michael Weahkee
Robert Cachini's Eagle and Sunface Katsina is hand-carved from a single piece of cottonwood and hand-painted with vibrant acrylic paints. Eagle occupies the top two thirds and is adorned with a carved and painted necklace of turquoise with a representation of a turquoise and coral overlay shell pendant. It has sweeping wings held close to the body and neatly incised tail feathers. Below Eagle is the Sunface painted in turquoise and black with rays of rainbow colors. Standing 14 1/2" tall including cottonwood base which is about 13 1/2" in diameter. Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Mary Frances Coriz, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Only the best of materials are used in this pendant made by Mary Frances Coriz and her husband John Aguilar, such as sleeping Beauty turquoise, red coral, jet, and sterling silver, all set on a bed of shell. It measures 3" long including sterling silver bale and 2 1/4" wide.
Peter Sohappy, New Mexican
This bright eyed Badger is ready to spring into action. Alexander Chavez carved this little cutie from orange alabaster, gave it inlaid eyes and spots of turquoise. This watcher is about 1 1/2" long and just under 1" wide with nicely incised stripes from nose to tail.
This mythological gryphon or griffin has been expertly carved from turquoise by Kevin Chapman. This powerful creature of legend has the head, wings and talons of an eagle and the body and tail of a lion. It is believed to be a protector and a guardian of treasures! Kevin has skillfully incised its features and inlaid its eyes with turquoise. This unique carving measures slightly less than 2" long and 1" tall.
Travis Nieto carved this prehistoric looking Bobcat from an unusual serpentine that is distinctively cat like in the inclusions of black and green. Then he gave it the bluest eyes of inlaid azurite! Almost 3" long, 1 1/4" tall, and a mere 1/4" wide this is a powerful cat.
Eric Othole, Cochiti-Zuni
Eric Othole's generous sterling silver cuff bracelet is a heavenly creation that's about 6 1/2" in diameter, including the opening of 1". Taking center stage is a mosaic inlay of lustrous black lip shell and pen shell that's about 7/8" wide and 3/4" long. The silver cuff part is about 1/2" wide. On the sides of this amazing cuff bracelet are many a Dragonfly fluttering around stars and other wonderful design elements. This all hand-fabricated cuff bracelet is signed by the artist.
Jolene Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Terry Wilson, Dine-Zuni