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Dynamic streaks of orange and red colors, almost like heartlines, inhabit this glass bird brought to us by Veronica Poblano. Her family lineage is important as her father was noted and iconic Zuni carver Leo Poblano (d), nephew of Teddy Weahkee (d). This rich artistic legacy continues in all that Veronica creates.
Including the iridescent abalone base, this feathered friend with turquoise inlaid eyes and accents, is about 2" long, 1" wide and 3/4" tall. This beautiful bird is nestled within crushed turquoise pieces. Veronica's sterling silver signature label is permanently attached on the underside of this exquisite work.
Herbert Him, Sr.
Mary C. Lovato, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
All the extraordinary Cripple Creek turquoise beads and mosaic pieces seen in this necklace are from a precious and older supply stash of Mary C. Lovato's. She is an award-winning Kewa jeweler and elder. Cripple Creek turquoise comes from the Cripple Creek mining area located in Teller County, Colorado. It is rare and prized for its fresh beauty.
Taking center stage on this approximate 27 1/2" total length necklace, is a shell overlaid with specially cut pieces of Cripple Creek turquoise, all focusing in on a square section of shimmering abalone. The way Mary expertly handled these turquoise parts in relation to the natural curvature of the bivalve shell is amazing. They come together harmoniously. The mosaic shell itself is about 3 1/4" long and 3 1/2" wide.
Strung with these incredible turquoise beads, are several sterling silver beads and a lone coral bead as well. This mosaic shell necklace is a feast for the eyes and will be a joy to wear always.
Bobby & Corraine Shack
A Hummingbird alights Bobby and Corraine Shack's sterling silver, glistening abalone, mother-of-pearl, pen shell, turquoise, coral and gold lip shell inlaid unisex bolo tie. Sipping nectar from a mother-of-pearl, red coral, abalone and pen shell flower, this feathered friend fuels up.
An adjustable 44" long black leather braided bolo with sterling silver tips hosts this winged delight. The tips themselves are about 2 1/4" long. The hummingbird and flower station is approximately 3" long and 3 1/2" wide. Signed by the artists.
Lorenzo Garcia, Kewa (Santo Domingo)