The offerings shared below are just a small selection of what is available in our physical gallery shop. Contact Us.
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Bobby & Corraine Shack
Mary C. Lovato, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Mary C. Lovato is an award-winning Kewa (Santo Domingo) Pueblo jeweler, extremely popular for her enticing mosaic shell work, this time expressed in an exciting pair of earrings! We see growing corn stalks in sterling silver, precious pieces of natural red coral, turquoise, jet, gold lip shell and abalone, all carefully arranged and set atop a bed of shell. Historically, Pueblo people were farmers and corn was their main staple. Corn is respected and valued. Including earring fixture, these highly collectible earrings are about 2 1/8" long and 1 3/8" at widest part, convex. Signed by the artist.
Alternating rings of coral and turquoise are comprised of 106 individually cut stones housed in hand-fabricated sterling silver bezels. Each stone is about 1/16" long, each hand cut and shaped to fit its unique bezel. All this breathtaking work is mounted on a sterling silver disc about 1 3/4" in diameter, slightly concave. On the backside is both a bale and pin giving the you the option of wearing this piece as a necklace or as a show stopping brooch. Signed by the artist with her married name of Yatsattie. 24" sterling silver chain with hook and eye clasp included.
Hand fabricated from coral, jet, mother of pearl shell, jet, turquoise, all set in sterling silver these are elegant earrings you will want to wear everyday.
Not only is each stone hand cut to sit next to its neighbor tight, snug, and smooth, but each stone is also cut to follow the curve of the earring. Each color is a different stone. Amazing craftsmanship. About 5/8" long and 1/4" wide
Charles Martinez, Jr.
Murray & Fay Hannaweeka
Murray and Fay Hannaweeka's all hand-fabricated sterling silver, natural red coral and Sleeping Beauty turquoise cuff bracelet is made in the traditional Zuni petit point way. This labor-intensive art form is magnificent, as each little sterling silver bezel is all hand-cut and customized to receive each red coral and turquoise piece. With an attractive hand-stamped design, this cuff bracelet's entire inner circumference is about 6 3/8", which includes the opening of 1 1/8". Cuff bracelet is about 3/8" wide. Signed by the artists.
Franklin Carrillo, Laguna
Dora Massie's all hand-fabricated sterling silver, gold lip shell, jet, mother-of-pearl shell, turquoise and red coral inlaid Sunface necklace with matching jet and gold lip shell earrings is a striking and eye-catching set! The Sunface design represents Father Sun and the elements (earth, sky, and water) in balance. The chain is all and-fabricated sterling silver links with a hook and eye style clasp. The necklace is approximately 18" long. The center medallion is about 1 3/4" across. The earrings are about 2" long. Signed by the artist.
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.
Bernadette Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Wayne Johnson, Jr.
Isaac Coriz, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Isaac Coriz's latest offering is this fabulous thunderbird bolo with additional mosaic design elements bordered by generous sterling silver borders. Isaac selected gorgeous specimens of New Landers, Cerrillos, and Kingman turquoises, red coral, and lapis to create this all hand made bolo. The mosaic is overlaid on a scrumptious piece of black lip mother of pearl shell which is slightly convex. With sterling silver tips the bolo hangs at about 22 1/2" while the mosaic station measures about 3 1/4" long by 1 1/2" wide. The substantial and supple dark brown leather cord is hand braided. A stunning work of wearable art! The underside of this piece is etched with a hand, rain cloud, and corn elements and is signed by the artist.
Jolene Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Kevin Chapman, Zuni-Sioux