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Authentic Navajo Sterling Turquoise Brooch Pendant Juliana Williams: Absolutely stunning authentic Navajo sterling and sky blue turquoise brooch with pendant hook. Superb craftsmanship. The brooch measures 2” and is signed LWMS. Each oval turquoise stone is set in a saw tooth bezel. Twisted rope accents enhance the design. This stunning piece is a collaboration between Juliana Williams and her sister-in law Martha Smiley. A fabulous piece! Unmarked, tests as sterling.
Vintage Mexico Sterling Sodalite Clip Earrings: These stunning vintage clip earrings from Taxco Mexico are crafted in sterling silver. The silver design is extremely ornate and detailed and very high dome. The rich blue sodalite is bezel set and has a beautiful high polish. They measure 7/8 by 3/4” and are signed Mexico 925 and signed TS-15.
Native American Marian Nez Sterling Angel Brooch Pendant: This lovely sterling silver angel brooch/pendant is from Navajo artist Marian Nez. The brooch features an angel with halo and folded hands and hand stamping on her wings. The brooch has a bale on the back to double as a pendant. This gem of a brooch measures 1 5/8 by 1 1/8".
Kay Johnson Sterling Silver Inlaid Stone Southwestern Ring: This vintage sterling silver ring is from Anglo artist Kay Johnson. The ring is crafted in a classic Southwestern motif with angled incised sides and a top inlaid with turquoise, mother-of-pearl and black onyx. The top measures 3/4" square and is a size 10. Signed sterling and with the broken arrow mark for Kay Johnson.
Vintage Zuni Sunface Sterling Silver Ring: This vintage Zuni Sunface ring is crafted in sterling silver and inlaid with jet, mother-of-pearl, coral and turquoise in a hand crafted sterling silver ring. The ring is unmarked but acid tested. It is in wonderful condition. The split shank ring is a size 7.
Vintage Mexico Sterling Green Jasper Link Bracelet: This vintage 1940's silver bracelet from Mexico features five individual links of sterling silver set with high dome cabochons of green jasper. The open work twist design is quit lovely. All stones are secure in the bezels. The clasp is a simple hook clasp that holds securely. This bracelet is unmarked, but does acid test as sterling silver. The bracelet measures 7 1/2 by 1". This bracelet has a very nice weight at 68.08 grams.
Kay Johnson Sterling Dinosaur Bone Pendant: Beautifully crafted Southwestern pendant from Anglo artist Kay Johnson. The pendant features a border of "raindrops" surrounding a large high polished cabochon of petrified dinosaur bone! His pieces are all extremely well crafted! The pendant measures 1 3/4 by 1 1/8" and carries his broken arrow mark. Stamped sterling.
Large Vintage Mexico Sterling Marbled Turquoise Hubbell Glass Ring: Large vintage Mexico sterling ring set with a high domed marbled robins egg turquoise Hubbell glass cabochon. Twisted wire and scallops frame the bezel set stone. The top measures 1 1/4 by 1" and the ring is a size 8. The band is 4 mm. wide. It is hallmarked but hard to read because of wear and being partially hidden by the ring shank.
Vintage Mexico 900 Silver Green Jasper Open Work Panel Bracelet: Fabulous 1940's 900 silver bracelet panel bracelet set with high dome oval cabochons of green jasper. The bracelet is embellished with balls of silver and lovely open scroll work. The clasp is a push pin, and holds securely. Measuring straight across the back of the bracelet is 6 1/4". This bracelet fits a small wrist. It is 1 7/8" wide. The bracelet is signed both sterling AND 900, and made in Mex. there are also two blurred letters I can't read.
Vintage Mexico Sterling Green Jasper Cuff Bracelet: Lovely vintage Mexico sterling cuff bracelet with two dimensional flowers flanking a large oval green jasper cabochon. The bezel is framed with twisted wire. The bracelet is 1 1/8" wide. inner dimensions are 2 3/8 by 2" with a 1" opening. it does have a small amount of flex. It weighs in at 33.14 grams and is marked Mexico Silver.
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