The Native American Navajo lapidary artist, Larson Lee, handcrafted this necklace and earrings set with a hand-twisted sterling silver rope that frames the stone and a hand-carved platform. This pendant and earring set is incredible and the perfect accessories to complement your outfits and jewelry collection.
This interesting brown and white stone is called Wild Horse Turquoise. It is not really turquoise as you know it but it is a mixture of magnesite and hematite that is found in the Gila Wilderness Area in southern Arizona. Wild Horse Turquoise basically got its name because the stone has chocolate brown and off white spots that resemble the pattern on an Appaloosa horse.
Now at the age of 83, Effie is still making her beautiful and unique jewelry with the help of her 3 daughters. Her distinctive snake designed jewelry is still in high demand and is known world-wide. Her work is stamped EFFIE C. - ZUNI which is the family hallmark used by Effie and her daughters.
Zuni Native Americans, Anson and Letitia Wallace, are the remarkably talented husband and wife lapidary and silversmith artists of this extraordinary bracelet. This work of art has five rows of Coral across the front of the bracelet that have been expertly hand-cut and hand-set in sterling silver. Each row of Coral is 2-1/8" in length and consists of 8 raised convex stones that are separated by sterling silver strips in a channel inlay setting. The craftsmanship is meticulous and the design of this bracelet is incredible with its simple elegance.
In the front, the width of the bracelet is 7/8" and gradually tapers to 7/16" at the terminal ends. From end-to-end the bracelet measures 5-3/8" plus a gap of 1-1/8". This bracelet will fit a wrist that is 6-1/2".
This exquisite, contemporary Zuni Coral inlay bracelet is brand new and in perfect condition. It looks beautiful with all skins tones and makes a thoughtful gift for that special person in your life.
Amy Quandelacy is the Zuni Native American artist of this Hummingbird ring with Turquoise and Lab Created Opal set in sterling silver.
Amy Quandelacy, is the Zuni Native American artist that handcrafted this Hummingbird inspired ring with Sleeping Beauty Turquoise and Lab Created Opal. The center swirl design is all intricate inlay work and is the symbol of the mated pair of birds. Humminingbirds represent devotion, permanence, eternity and life cycles. Hummingbirds are also known as ferocious fighters and defenders of their territory.
This beautiful ring is a perfect representation of the meaning of the Hummingbird and would make the perfect gift for that special person in your life.