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This rare Turquoise amber and Pottery Pendant hand made piece features a hand painted sacred bear paw pendant is 3″? Tall with bale sterling silver chain is 18″inches long Total weight 27.7grams great addition to your collection In Native American beliefs, the bear paw is usually considered a way to call for the power of the animal spirit, or as an indication of the presence of the spirit. It is a symbol that represents inner strength. But then, everything changed during a trip to Tucson. She saw stones and rocks and started visualizing what they might look like in a piece of jewelry. The images in her head were a contemporary version of Southwest jewelry. When she got home from that trip, she told her husband, Jim, I’m going to learn how to silversmith. Not only did Jim support her new pursuit, but he joined her to learn silversmithing. He also learned lapidary, the cutting and polishing of stones. Judi’s handcrafted jewelry designs hit the market at just the right time. No one else was creating a contemporary Southwest design that featured brilliant color combinations of native stones. Her business, known as Designs by Judi Yates, quickly grew in popularity, as she and Jim participated in 26 shows a year across the country. As the business grew, she hired seven silversmiths to help her keep up with demand. When her first granddaughter was born, her daughter asked her when she was going to slow down. Judi decided to open a local gallery instead of traveling. She first opened the doors of Yates Gallery seventeen years ago on Avenue of the Fountains. Over time, she converted it to a co-op with other local artists, renaming it the Fountain Hills Artist’s Gallery. Judi retired two years ago, but the gallery is still going strong today. When Judi was still traveling, she noticed that Santa Fe, New Mexico had artists gather weekly in the town center. This inspired her in 2009 to petition the Town of Fountain Hills to host a similar gathering on Avenue of the Fountains. Since then, she has been managing Art on the Avenue from October through April every year. Local businesses love the traffic from the event, making it their busiest day of the week.
Long Navajo ring landscape picture jasper size 5 sterling silver women. Thinnest pat of band 3/16. Delivered in a Gift Box. This is recommended if you would like to have your package delivered faster than first class which has slowed down. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog.
Navajo Sterling Silver & Turquoise Ring Signed Spencer – Size 10.5. Native American Navajo Indian Sterling Silver Turquoise 2 Stone Ring from Western New Mexico. This ring features two genuine stones set into crown sterling silver bezel settings. Intricate details in Sterling silver surround the stones. This is a stunning ring! Navajo Indian handmade and signed by Leonard Spencer. Signed “S” and stamped “Sterling” on the inner band. We strive to be your number one source for Native American Jewelry, Pottery, Kachinas, and Fetishes. From high quality products to the best Customer Service on the internet. Built on the principles of doing the right thing we will never settle for less. We specialize in Navajo, Acoma, Zuni, and Pueblo Indian handmade goods. Living in New Mexico makes it convenient to deal directly with our Native American Artists. Every item is guaranteed to be authentic! All of our items are insured and carefully packaged in a box or padded envelope.
Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Adjustable Ring Size 8 to 11 Albert Cleveland. 1 7/8″ long, 1″ wide. Adjustable 8 to 11. Native American Navajo Indian Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring from Western New Mexico. This Genuine ring features a single beautiful Turquoise stone set into a crown Sterling Silver bezel setting. The stone is surrounded by gorgeous details in Sterling Silver. The band is easily adjustable from size 8 to 11. This ring is Stunning! Navajo Indian handmade by the late Silversmith Albert Cleveland. Signed “AC” and stamped “Sterling” on the back. We strive to be your number one source for Native American Jewelry, Pottery, Kachinas, and Fetishes. From high quality products to the best Customer Service on the internet. Built on the principles of doing the right thing we will never settle for less. We specialize in Navajo, Acoma, Zuni, and Pueblo Indian handmade goods. Living in New Mexico makes it convenient to deal directly with our Native American Artists. Every item is guaranteed to be authentic! All of our items are insured and carefully packaged in a box or padded envelope.
Fire Agate ring Navajo leaves size 6.25 sterling silver women. Size 6.25 Between a size 6.25 and a size 6.50. Thinnest pat of band 1/8. Delivered in a Gift Box. This is recommended if you would like to have your package delivered faster than first class which has slowed down. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog.
This wide vintage cuff bracelet is sure to make a statement. It features a hand-hammered texture with natural oxidation. The edges are curled slightly upward for an eye-catching concave look. A classic oval shape makes this bracelet a comfortable and eye-catching accessory! Perfect worn on its own or add it to a stack. This cuff bracelet is made of thick sterling silver and is a staple piece you will wear with everything! This bracelet is made by hand, formed, shaped, hammered The outside has a beautiful hammered texture, size bracelet is 5.3 plus 1? Gap 22mmwide weight 48.2grams great addition to your collection??
Native American Sterling Silver Navajo Handmade turquoise wedding set ring size 9.75. Made by Navajo artist ” Wilbert musket JR “. Weight 7.9 gm. Wide 1/2 both ring.
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Was made by Navajo silversmith Bryannen Halwood. 5/16″ x 7/16″ (8mm x 10mm). Just send us a message. Our shop offers cash back or store credit.
Here we have an incredible vintage Navajo silver ring. The Turritella Agate Fossil Ring stone is surrounded with silver rope as each of the 3 split rails has a silver bead as they greet the sides of the stone! The ring face measures around 1¼ x15mm The ring size is around 11 Sturdy 13.6grams. No marks but tested as sterling silver great addition to your collection?? Is a brown stone with naturally occurring fossils. Turritella Agate is in one of those inconsistencies of the rock world because, though it is not banded or translucent, it is called an agate. Although people have called this material Turritella Agate for several decades, the name is actually incorrect. It was mistakenly named after a genus of fossil snails that are very similar to the shells in the agate. The proper name of the snails is “Elimia tenera, ” a member of the Pleuroceridae family. These snails are characterized by turreted, cone shaped shells exhibiting long slender whorls with spiral ribbing. The shells of Elimia are distinguishable from real Turritella by being generally shorter and wider. Ancestors of contemporary Turritella and Elimia have left countless shells in Earth’s oceans for hundreds of millions of years, all the way back to the Lower Permian Period of the Paleozoic Era. This semiprecious fossil gemstone material Turritella Agate is from the early and middle parts of the Eocene Epoch, between around 53 and 42 million years ago. The spiral-shaped shells accumulated in the sediments of a shallow inland sea in an area that we now know as Wamsutter, Wyoming. A few lenses of snail-bearing sediment, in what is today known as the Green River Formation, were then agatized by the deposition of fine-grained silica into the cavities of the shells and the voids between them. Turritella fossil cabochons are about a 7 hardness, wear well and take a good polish, and Turritella Agate cabochons are very unique and interesting.