Bell Shape - Turquoise 50/50
Linear Mosaic Strip
Rudy & Mary Coriz, Kewa / Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico, USA
Something new this year, smaller versions of their signature earrings. Rudy and Mary's unique style sets them apart from their contemporaries. They don't do a lot through re-sellers so I'm always glad when I can get a few pieces from them. These are dominated by bright blue turquoise and a serpentine back.
Remember to check the dimensions-the photos are extreme close-ups
Metals: Sterling Silver (Findings)
Materials: Turquoise, Serpentine (dark green & yellow), Pipestone, Apple Coral (orange), Jet (black)
Total Drop (from wire): 1-1/2"H
Height x Width (Earring Only): 3/4"H x 5/8"W
Signed: RC with Logo (engraved)
Hallmarked: No. Kewa work is rarely hallmarked
Akee Douglas, Navajo Adorable bear pendant in this popular style by Akee Douglas. This striking design features a heavily oxidized background with varying sizes of sterling silver bubble beads and...
Alvin Joe, Navajo This is one beautiful, eye catching piece but, not dainty. Very handsome large turquoise in saw-cut setting with shadowbox. It has a figure 8 fitting to the...
Angela Martin, Navajo LAST ONE Near the top of my favorite rings I've had in the last year. I have this in several sizes and versions, these are handmade so...
Angie Reano Owen, Kewa / Santo Domingo Pueblo Native American Jewelry Beautiful, irregularly faceted, lapis beads (68) with classic long triangle of mosaic turquoise with lapis and shell accents. Back...