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Vivianita Booqua & Bryant Othole
Lambert Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Eldrick & Charlotte Seoutewa
Herbert Ration, Dine (Navajo)
Joel Pajarito, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Joel Pajarito's tufa cast sterling silver hand ring, size 8, hosts a stunning and brilliant turquoise cabochon, along with a spiral motif at the palm. The hand element with cabochon measures about 1 3/8" long while the band is about 3/8" wide. Joel, a talented jeweler hails from the Kewa Pueblo (Santo Domingo) and is part of the Mary C. Lovato Family.
Sandra Quandelacy's reversible corn and maidens pendant necklace showcases colorful and out-of-sight materials like green turquoise, orange spiny oyster shell, lapis, marble, pipestone, fossilized ivory, phosphosiderite and jet all carved and incised into individual corn cobs that average about 1 3/8" long. They are neatly strung with turquoise, red coral, white shell and heishe shell beads on a single strand that's about 25" long.
Taking center stage on this fabulous necklace is a reversible gold lip shell corn maiden on one side, while the other side is a Grandmother, about 3" long and 1" wide. We love how Sandra's handled the traditional clothing Grandmother is wearing, the pleat details are wonderful. Both maidens are incised with lovely Dragonfly friends and star elements, and are inlaid with red coral, turquoise and jet bits. Their facial features are incised and inlaid with jet paste. Don't miss this collectible fetish necklace, it's exceptional.
Incredible details and precise techniques are packed into small area on this slim sterling silver cuff. The traditional combination of stones (turquoise, jet and red coral) come together in an amazing and fresh design with slivers of silver between the stones bringing the bling. The cuff has a total circumference of 6 3/4" including an opening of 1 1/2". The cuff measures about 5/8" at the center and tapers toward each end. Signed by the artist.
Bobby & Corraine Shack
Jolene Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Inspired of the traditional raincloud design, Jolene Eustace's reticulated sterling silver, beautifully carved Kingman turquoise and 18K gold pendant brings hope for the springtime rains. The Kingman cabochon is bright and perfectly representative of falling rain. The dome cloud area of the pendant is spectacular. About 2 5/8" long and 2 1/8" wide, signed by the artist. The hammered silver collar is available and sold separately here.
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.
Chad Quandelacy's parents are renowned carvers Stewart Quandelacy and Priscilla Lasiloo. The Quandelacy family is made up of many incredible and innovative fetish carvers, and are known for their corn maiden carvings and other wonderful works.
Presented on an amazing geode base, Chad's many Corn-maidens of turquoise unite in sisterhood and feminine strength. This reversible fetish is gorgeous viewed from any angle. Each maiden's face is incised and darkened with jet paste. Several Zuni flowers are decorated with either red coral or turquoise. Etched Dragonfly and star elements adorn this approximate 4" tall, 2" wide and 1 1/2" deep piece.
Bobby and Corraine Shack's phenomenal sterling silver, turquoise, red coral, pen shell, gold lip shell and mother-of-pearl necklace and earrings set is all hand-fabricated, showing off several gorgeous inlaid Phoenix birds and wings. The inlaid pen shell dots on the top area of the wings indicate it's a Phoenix bird, according to the Shack's.
We love these stylized, mythical birds. This striking necklace with handmade chain is about 18" long, comfortably resting on the collar bone area of one's chest. The center Phoenix bird station is about 2 1/2" long and 2 3/8" wide. The fabulous winged earrings hang at about 2" long including hook fixtures, and are 3/4" wide. Signed by the artists.
Dinah Gasper's grandfather was Teddy Weahkee (d). He was an important carver known for his traditional fetishes, inlaid jewelry and human figurines. Her mother was Edna Leki (d).
We're in love with Dinah's approximate 23" long reversible necklace showcasing eleven carved human hand elements, with the center hand being about 1 1/4" long and 7/8" wide. The hand design can be a symbol of unity, creativity and our shared humankind. Strung with amazing turquoise beads and comes with Dinah's sterling silver signature label attached. A fabulous, unusual and most collectible fetish necklace.
Eric Othole, Cochiti-Zuni
Too gorgeous for words is Eric Othole's exceptional cuff bracelet, all hand-fabricated of sterling silver, 24K gold and Sleeping Beauty turquoise.
Utilizing the Keum-boo process of “attached gold”, an ancient jewelry technique originating in Korea, Eric has attached 24K gold foil to sterling silver. The sides of this bracelet show a flowing train of traditional flower or leaf elements.
The generous gauge of the sterling silver feels so good and weighty in an appealing way. This extraordinary cuff bracelet hosts a floret station of Sleeping Beauty turquoise, which measures 1 1/4" in diameter. Even the underside of this treasure is decorated.
The entire inner circumference of this outstanding cuff bracelet is about 6 1/2" including the opening of about 1 1/4". It's 1" wide and signed by the artist.
Debra Gasper comes from the greater Teddy Weahkee family of Zuni artists. Her mother was Dinah Gasper who was the granddaughter of Old Man Acque, an early noted fetish carver.
Debra's blessed hands have carved this endearing Frog (or toad) from a gorgeous matrix-rich turquoise specimen. She inlaid sterling silver eyes and spots in this approximate 1 5/8" long, 1" wide and 7/8" tall amphibian that represents life-giving water.
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.