The offerings shared below are just a small selection of what is available in our physical gallery shop. Contact Us.
Jolene Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
is backordered. We will ship it separately when it becomes available.
A fabulous single strand Bear fetish necklace by Zuni Pueblo artist, Bryson Bobelu. The bears are hand-carved from onyx ( the center piece bear is marble) and have eyes of inlaid turquoise and mouths of inlaid red coral. All are strung on a rich combination of fine heishe shell, green and blue turquoises, whole shells, square specimens of shell, and slivers of pink mussel shell located above each bear. The center bear measures about 1 1/2" long and 1 3/4" tall while the other bears measures about 1 1/4" long 3/4" tall. The necklace measures about 28" in total length.
A cluster-work style medallion pin uses pink and red coral set in sterling silver to make an elegant statement. About 1 1/2" in diameter, this is a striking and beautiful piece.
Ryland & Claudia Gasper
Yet another gorgeous piece by Florentino! This time, he has delicately and intricately carved a coral branch with the images of Kolowisi, Eagle, Frog, a rain dancer and corn maidens hovering over a pueblo dwelling. Secured to a base of green turquoise, they measure 2 1/2" tall and 2 3/8" wide. Absolutely beautiful!!!
For these exquisite sterling silver earrings, Quintin utilized mother of pearl shell, jet, and red coral inlay to make a pair of fine horses. They are made complete with a handsome, hand-stamped border accent. The Horse earrings measure 1 5/8" long with earring fixture and 3/4" wide.
Mary C. Lovato, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
What a wonderful feeling to wear and see this glorious cuff on the wrist. Many red coral pieces are set delicately into individually hand made sterling silver bezels, creating a glorious presentation of traditional Zuni petit point work. Inner bracelet measurement is approximately 6" including the opening of 1 2/8", while the heart shaped stations are all about 1" (left to right) and almost 1" (top to bottom).
Kevin Chapman, Zuni-Sioux