The offerings shared below are just a small selection of what is available in our physical gallery shop. Contact Us.
is backordered. We will ship it separately when it becomes available.
Mary C. Lovato, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Franklin Carrillo, Laguna
Master jeweler Franklin Carrillo's "Rainbird" link bracelet celebrates pueblo landscapes and the traditional rainbird design.
Completely hand-fabricated, Franklin's bracelet hosts efficiently cut, luxurious materials set into intricate sterling silver housings. He chose jet, coral, variscite, mother-of-pearl, sugilite, alunite, fossilized ivory, jasper, lapis, spiny oyster shell, black lip shell, gold lip shell, malachite and angelite. The handmade hinges and reticulated silver box clasp are fabulously done too.
About 7" long and 3/8" wide, signed by the artist.
Sheryl & Strallie Edaakie
Jolene Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Franklin Carrillo awes us again with his lapidary and metal-smithing abilities. His latest offering is this amazing abstract inlaid pendant hosting gorgeous sections of lapis, turquoise, rare sugilite, red coral, jet and clam shell. It's about 3 1/8" long including bale fixture and is 1 7/8" wide. This sterling silver pendant is all hand-fabricated and signed by the artist. A red coral and turquoise inlay continues to the reverse side, a gorgeous touch. The hammered collar is available and sold separately here.
Joel Pajarito, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Lizard reminds us to take time out of your day to bask in the sunlight and dream. This enchanting little creature by Joel Pajarito could be your reminder. The body of the lizard retains a wonderful texture from the tufa casting process and is perfectly complimented by a vivid purple sugilite stone. The pin measures 2 1/4" long and 3/4" wide and carries the artist's stamp plus a date of creation on the reverse.
Using channel inlay and hollow form techniques Franklin Carrillo hand build these sculptural beauties. The inlaid lapis, coral, malachite, sugilite, spiny oyster shell, turquoise, and mother of pearl shell window panes create a contemporary design. The hollow form building technique gives them mass without adding weight. About 1" long, 1/4" wide and the bottom, and 1/4" deep each earring weighs .2 oz, the same as 2 quarters.
Julius Eustace, Zuni-Cochiti