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Allison Melton, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Jess Johnson's glamorous necklace and earrings set is incredibly handmade from intricate sterling silver bezels holding a slew of stunning Kingman turquoise "snake-eye" shaped stones. He says that "turquoise has been a sign of strength for me as a Zuni artist. It has blessed me..."
The classy necklace with lovely hand-fabricated chain is about 21" long, while its center station is approximately 3" long and 1 1/4" wide. The side stations measure roughly 2 3/8" long. The gorgeous earrings are for pierced ears, dangling at about 1 7/8" long and 7/8" wide. Signed by the artist. Please click here to learn more about Zuni jewelry.
Keshi: The Zuni Connection
Give the gift of choice with a KESHi electronic gift card. KESHi online electronic gift cards are available for purchase via our website. Cards are issued via email to the purchaser with a gift card code, and the recipient can use the code at website checkout. Our electronic gift cards have no processing fees, no expiration dates, and can be used only on our website. Please call the Keshi Web Office for additional information or assistance at 505-795-7119.
KESHi in-store gift certificates are available by calling our gallery at 505-989-8728. They can be purchased in any amount and either mailed to you or your recipient, or picked up at 227 Don Gaspar, in downtown Santa Fe.
Nathalie Waldman, Dogrib
An abundance of what's referred to as "snake eye" round-shaped Sleeping Beauty turquoise stones resemble a reptile's eye. They are secured with tiny, custom-cut bezels to support them in the traditional Zuni petit point technique as seen in Jess Johnson's dynamic sterling silver ring that's a size 9. This extraordinary station measures about 2 1/2" by 1 1/4". Hand-stamped raincloud elements adorn the shanks and the underside of this all handmade ring. Signed by the artist.
Kevin Chapman, Zuni-Sioux
Some view a dazzling Hummingbird as a "feathered bee" because as they sip nectar from a flower, grains of pollen adhere to their bodies. Like other pollinators such as a butterfly or bumblebee, pollen is transferred to the next bloom they visit. Numerous plants depend on a hummingbird's pollinating services. Kevin Chapman's graceful hummingbird dips down to drink at about 1 1/4" long, 7/8" wide and 1 1/4" tall. It's been essentially carved from an attractive turquoise displaying natural teal green and blue hues.
Colorful elegance is the result of Stephen Haloo's formidable skills. The all handmade turquoise and sterling silver petit point cuff bracelet is alive with many custom-cut round "snake eye" shaped stones, each set with tiny bezels to support them. The traditional Zuni petit point technique is mastered by Stephen, featuring 3 delicate rows of stones, which are carefully matched for color consistency as well. The bracelet's entire inner circumference is about 6 1/2" including the opening of approximately 1 1/4" and is about 1/2" wide. Signed by the artist. Please click here for help in determining wrist size or follow this link to read more about Zuni Pueblo jewelry.
A beautiful Frog, in what looks like a power stance, by Douglas Martza. A symbol of water and healing, this frog encourages a proactive attitude. By encouraging our own healing first we are better able to pass on strength and support to others. A powerful advocate, this frog has turquoise inlaid eyes and wears a shell arrow point topped with with turquoise beads. The carving measures about 2 3/8" long, 1 5/8" wide by 1 1/4"
A Corn Maiden carved from Purisima stone stands timeless. The gorgeous stone encases fossil shell formations like tiny petroglyph designs. Among the natural fossil shapes are etched Corn kernels, stars, and Dragonfly companions. The sterling silver eyed Corn Maiden wears a inlaid necklace of small turquoise stones and measures about 3 /14" tall, 1 1/2" wide by 5/8" deep.
Kali Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Melvin Sandoval, San Felipe-Zuni