NEW ARRIVALS: a petite size yet strong and heavy Navajo | silver ingot cuff bracelet circa 1930's with traditional Navajo stamp designs | size: 6 1/4" including a 1" opening and 1" wide | $1,550.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to heavy cuff CTCJ1471

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a classic and petite | Navajo circa 1930's silver cuff bracelet | perfect for stacking | early stamping with a waterbug element in center and arrows across the terminals | size: 6 1/4" including a 7/8" opening | $1,450.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to silver cuff with arrows 

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a magnificent example of Santo Domingo Pueblo art | in this Mid-Century four strand coral, turquoise and silver bead necklace | from a Santa Fe collection and includes turquoise tabs and nuggets in greens and blues, coral beads and accented silver beads | size: 30" long (15" when worn) | $2,400.00 | for more information please  contact Don and refer to Santo Domingo Pueblo coral necklace 

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NEW ARRIVALS:  perfect for stacking is this contoured  | circa 1920's silver Navajo cuff bracelet | great early stamping with water bug designs | tapered terminals with great wear and patina | size; 7" including a 1" opening gap | $1,450.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to 1920's silver cuff CTCJ1537 

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NEW ARRIVALS: a unique and striking design element in this | circa 1930-40's Zuni Pueblo silver and turquoise squash blossom necklace | 12 silver blossoms with 9 snake eye design cut stones and four petals set on double strands of silver beads | naja shows off 46 snake eye cut stones | all stones intact and in great condition | size: 25" clasp to clasp and a 2 1/4" naja |  $1,750.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to snake eye squash necklace CTCJ1529

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NEW ARRIVALS: a spectacular Navajo/Zuni row bracelet  | circa 1910 with five green Cerrillos turquoise stones set on an ingot silver base with minimal stamping | great handmade silver bezels and much wear and patina | all stones secure and firm in place  | size: 6 3/4" including a 1" opening gap | $1950.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to c1910's Navajo cuff CTCJ1540

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a magnificent example of early | Navajo silver and turquoise work in this circa 1920-30 "box and bow"  designed squash blossom necklace | double strands of handmade silver beads gracefully hold 14  four petal blossoms with incredible natural turquoise stones |  the naja is a double silver crescent with a crown of turquoise stones and a single matching pendant | amazing quality, patina and showmanship in a Navajo squash blossom necklace dating a century old! |  size: 24" clasp to clasp and a 2 1/2" naja |for more information and pricing  please contact Don and refer to Box and Bow c1920's

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a highly collectible Navajo silver bangle from the | Navajo Arts and Crafts guild (Horned Moon stamped) this circa 1940's piece was crafted under the guidance of such famous silversmiths as Ambrose Roanhorse, Fred Peshlakiai and other master silversmiths as they taught young Navajo men the art of silver jewelry making | sunburst designs with minimal decoration from stamps and chisels |  size: 6 1/4" including a 1" opening | $1,475.00 |  from a Santa Fe private collection |  for more information please contact Don and refer to Navajo Arts and Crafts Guild bangle  

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NEW ARRIVALS: stunning mid-century Navajo silver | squash blossom necklace with everything you'd want in a show stopping piece of wearable art! | twelve incredible silver four petal blossoms on double sets of silver beads, lead your eye to an amazing naja center pendant | naja consists of three silver crescents accented with round natural turquoise stones | a center drop features a single triangular cut turquoise stone | size: 26" long clasp to claps; naja is 3" wide | $3,950.00  |  for more information please contact Don and refer to Squash Blossom necklace CTCJ1525

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a very early and historic Navajo cuff dating to | circa 1890-1910 with an incredible raw and natural green turquoise nugget (Cerrillos Region, NM) with brown matrix |  early and deep stamping | native repairs visible on the interior | great weight, wear and patina | size: 7 1/8" including a 1 1/4" opening; 1 1/4" high at center and tapers down to 1/4" at terminals | $3,650.00  |  from an Albuquerque NM collection | for more information please contact Don and refer to Old Navajo cuff CTCJ1517

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NEW ARRIVALS:  from a Trading Post in Northern New Mexico comes this | vintage Pueblo choker |  Nine rows of dentalium (tooth shells) strung on old braided string and separated by old worn leather strips |  a shell with a brass button highlight the center field | great patina from wear with remnants of red ochre-paint |  size: 12 1/2" long (excluding ties ) and 1 1/2" wide | $475.00 |  for more information please refer to Pueblo choker CTCJ1522 

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NEW ARRIVALS:  an elegant look in this delicate | circa 1930-40's Zuni squash blossom necklace on double sets of silver beads | 12 four petal blossoms with pettipoint cut natural turquoise stones in a flower pattern lead your eye to a lovely silver and turquoise naja |  naja features a silver base with silver "raindrop balls" on top and bottom and include a four stone pendant in the center field | size:  25" long with a 2 1/4" naja | $1,495.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to CTCJ1495, Zuni squash blossom necklace 

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a fabulous look in this  | circa 1920-30's Navajo silver cuff bracelet with four shanks | early applique designs of silver buttons separate three natural turquoise stones |  great wear and patina |  from a New Mexico Family collection | size: 6 1/4" including a 3/4" opening | $1,450.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer CTCJ1512a Navajo four shank cuff 

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NEW ARRIVALS:  an amazing combination of silver and stone work in this | circa 1920's Navajo ingot silver cuff | great early stamp designs and detailed chiseled edges lead your eye to a spectacular natural domed turquoise stone with terrific matrix | great weight, patina and wear |  size: 7 1/4" including a 1 1/4" opening; 3/4" wide | $1,675.00 | for more information please contact Don and refer to single stone Navajo cuff CTCJ1517

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a spectacular and show stopping |larger sized Zuni squash blossom necklace circa 1930-40's | twelve, 1 1/2" long silver and turquoise blossoms strung on double rows of silver beads | a fabulous silver naja, 2 3/4" wide; with perfectly placed natural tear drop shaped Blue Gem turquoise stones | size: 30" long | $2,100.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to CTCJ1501 large Zuni squash blossom necklace 

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NEW ARRIVALS:  the perfect Navajo necklace for the petite size is this  | child's size squash blossom necklace circa 1930-40 | twenty six 4 petal silver blossoms lead to a dainty double crescent naja pendant with three natural blue turquoise stones | (Blue Gem?) |  size: 20 inches long with a 2" wide naja | $795.00  | for more information please  contact Don and refer to child's size Navajo squash necklace CTCJ1502

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NEW ARRIVALS: a unique and powerful look in this incredible | circa 1940's Navajo silver cuff bracelet |  a heavy silver base with a triple shank, nice stamping | two silver concho's with natural  turquoise stone highlights | size: 6 1/2" including a 1 1/4" opening and 2 1/4" high |  $1,375.00 | from an Albuquerque, NM collection |  for more information please contact Don and refer to concho cuff CTCJ1503

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NEW ARRIVALS: a dream come true in this | sterling silver squash blossom necklace | silver beads with 14 silver four petal blossoms | lovely naja featuring a beautiful turquoise stone | size: 27" with new 2 1/4" naja | $1,650.00  |  for more information please contact Don and refer to sterling silver squash blossom necklace

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a handsome and early Navajo silver ingot cuff bracelet dating to the 1920's or before | a stunning natural turquoise stone with great matrix | repousse bump out designs | early lozenge stamping elements | size 6 1/2" including a 1 1/4" opening; 3/4" wide | $1,950.00  |  for more information please contact Don and refer to CTCJ1509

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a strong and powerful look in this larger sized Navajo cuff bracelet | circa 1920's silver ingot cuff bracelet with a rolled silver designs | an amazing natural turquoise stone nugget held in place with serrated bezels | size: 7 1/2" including a 1 1/2" opening; 1 1/2" wide | $4,500.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to large silver cuff CTCJ1494

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a classic and beautiful mid century | circa 1940-50's Navajo silver concho belt |  five silver and turquoise conchos measuring 4 1/4 x 3 1/4" | six silver and turquoise butterfly spacers measuring 3" by 1 1/2" | spectacular buckle design (a seen in the CG Wallace catalog) with four matching turquoise stones |  size:  32-34" (we can custom build a belt strap) | $3,450.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to third phase concho belt

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NEW ARRIVALS:   Check out this amazing SHOW STOPPING larger sized | circa 1940's Zuni silver cuff bracelet with three rows of 21 natural turquoise stones in snake eye designs | silver rain drop designs divide the rows of stones | lovely stamp work on the silver wires |  size 7 1/2" including a 1" opening and 2" wide |  $1,350.00  |  for more information please contact Don and refer to 3 row Zuni cuff CTCJ1464

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NEW ARRIVALS:  perfect for stacking is this | circa 1930's Navajo/Pueblo silver ingot bangle | featuring five natural Blue Gem turquoise stones set on a substantial silver base with flattened terminals |  size: 6 3/4" including a 1 " opening | $895.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to 5 stone bangle CTCJ1288 

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a strong and powerful cuff from a New Mexico Trading Post collection  | Navajo/ Pueblo silver and turquoise cuff circa 1930-40 with 21 natural turquoise stones set on silver applique in early bezels |  triple shank base | arrow stamp designs |  size: 7 1/4" including a 1 1/4" opening |  $1,750.00 | for more information contact Don and refer to cuff CTCJ1484 Split band cuff 

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NEW ARRIVAL:  from the workbench of Ramon Platero comes this fabulous | signed circa 1950's Navajo cuff bracelet with six natural turquoise stones | signed with the R. Platero Hallmark and stamped "handmade" | minimal stamping and silver raindrop accents | size: 7" including a 1 1/4" opening; 1/2" wide |  $1,895.00 | for more information please  contact Don and refer to Platero cuff CTCJ1482

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NEW ARRIVALS:  from a New Mexico Trading Post collection comes this  | circa 1930-40's Navajo silver and turquoise cuff bracelet | 11  geometric shaped, natural  turquoise stones | set on a base of silver and hand pulled silver wire |  size: 7 1/4" including a 1 1/4" opening | $1,895.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to wire cuff CTCJ1483  

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a handsome and powerful look in this  | circa 1920's Navajo triple carrinated bangle cuff with early stamp designs |  size: 6 3/4" including a 1 1/4" opening gap; 3/4" | $1,650.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to triple bangle CTCJ1468

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NEW ARRIVALS: a historical and elegant | circa 1930's Navajo silver squash blossom necklace | fourteen Indian Head nickels from the 1930's | double strands of silver hand made beads | silver cast naja with great stamp work | length: 26" long; 2 1/2" naja | $2,450.00 | for more information please contact Don and refer to Indian Head nickel squash necklace

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a magnificent example of Zuni Pueblo inlay stone work in this | mid-century circa 1950's cuff bracelet |  working on silver plates and silver wire this Zuni artist uses turquoise, jet, coral and mother of pearl to create a hawk figurine |  a powerful and eye catching design with stamping on silver droplets | size:  7" (adjustable) and measures 4" in length |  $2,450.00 |  from a Santa Fe private collection |  for more information please contact Don and refer to "Zuni inlay hawk"

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NEW ARRIVALS:  from a Santa Fe collection comes this | circa 1940's Navajo silver coin squash blossom necklace | beads are Liberty dimes dating to the 1940's | side blossoms are made up of US silver dollars dating 1880-1920's | size: 26" long from clasp to clasp with a 2 3/4" silver cast naja with a natural turquoise stone | weight, 476 grams | $2,950.00 |  for more information please 
 and refer to coins silver Squash Blossom necklace CTCJ1461

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a perfect set of vintage beads for layering is this | mid-century strand of silver stamped beads | alternating sizes strung on handmade silver chain |  from a Taos, NM collection | 30" long | $1,395.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to vintage beads CTCJ1442 

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NEW ARRIVALS: a larger sized Pueblo  silver and turquoise cuff bracelet from | circa 1930-40's with five beautiful natural geometric cut turquoise stones |  a silver double shank with traditional Pueblo design elements including a powerful design and twisted wire elements | size:  7 1/4" including a 1 1/4" opening |  $1,350.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to Pueblo 5 stone cuff CTCJ1455

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a powerful and  early  triple wire cuff in this | circa 1900-20's Navajo silver bracelet | 3 heavy triangulated silver wires joined together with a square cut center stone of fabulous natural turquoise mounted on a silver center plate |  size 6 1/2" including a 1 1/4" opening;  3/4" wide | $3,975.00  | for more information please contact Don and refer to CS321

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NEW ARRIVALS:  simply breathtaking is this | Museum Quality showpiece in a very early example of the Navajo/Zuni  "Box and Bow" design Squash Blossom Necklace dating to the late 1920's or early 1930's  | thirty silver 4 petal blossoms are encased in a box in bow element with natural turquoise stones hand cut in individual geometric shapes | triple rows of handmade silver beads connect them all and lead to the central naja pendant consisting of two silver crescents adorned with three matching stones |  size: 24" long plus a 2 1/2" wide naja |  Price upon request |  from an important Santa Fe, NM collection |  for more information please contact Don and refer to CS Box and Bow squash 

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a rare,  museum quality and highly collectible | Navajo First Phase circa 1890-1910 silver and leather concho belt |  eight magnificent hand chiseled silver conchos with diamond cut-outs measuring 4" x 3" | harness belt buckle | leather backing on conchos (one replaced decades ago) from a Santa Fe collection |  Size: 34-38" and can be adjusted |  Price upon request |  for more information please contact Don and refer to First Phase Concho Belt

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NEW ARRIVALS: incredible look in this magnificent | circa 1930's Navajo silver squash blossom necklace | twenty 4 petal silver blossoms lead your eye to a double crescent naja with early stamp designs |  early beads and in great condition with lovely wear and patina |  from a California collection | 25 1/2" long with a 2 3/4" naja |  $3,450.00  |  for more information please  contact Don and refer to Navajo silver squash necklace CTCJ1438

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NEW ARRIVALS:  wonderful wear and patina on this | circa 1920's Navajo silver ingot bangle | three natural turquoise stones with great matrix | chisel cut design elements and early silver "raindrops"  |  size: 6 3/4"to 7" including a 1 1/4" opening | $1,595.00  |  for more information please contact Don and refer to CTCJ1441

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NEW ARRIVALS: a Navajo silver ingot cuff bracelet | from the 1st qtr of the 20th century (circa 1910-20) | unique deep heart stamps in the center of the cuff with  unique arrow designs surrounding | great weight and patina | size 7" including a 1 1/4" opening; 3/4" wide | $1,795.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to "Navajo heart cuff, CTCJ1437


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NEW ARRIVALS:  elegant and classic is this | circa 1930-40's Zuni silver and turquoise squash blossom necklace | original cord wrapping and double rows of handmade beads | 12  four petal silver and turquoise blossoms lead to a eye catching naja | length: 32" long with a 2" naja | fro a New Mexico family collection | $1,750.00  |  for more information please contact Don and refer to long Zuni squash CTCJ1402

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NEW ARRIVALS:  Navajo silver ingot bangle and guard bracelets circa 1900-1930 |  (upper left: size 6") ( upper right: size 6 1/2") ( lower left: size 6 3/4") (lower right: size 7") | stamped in early design elements | prices range from $350. - $550. ea. | please contact Don for pricing and availability

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a stunning Navajo cuff with terminal stones | circa 1920-30's | heavy silver ingot cuff bracelet with 18 natural turquoise stones (some with cracks, all tight and secure) | only a very few cuffs have stones on the terminals | triple silver shanks with silver drop accents and twisted wire | size: 6 1/2" including a 1 1/4" opening |  $1,675.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to terminal stone cuff CTCJ1419

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a spectacular ingot silver  Navajo |  circa 1920-30's squash blossom necklace | 20 four petal silver blossoms with filed tabs | graduated size hand made silver beads | a double crescent naja with twisted silver wire and five matching natural blue turquoise stones | size: 26" long, clasp to clasp; naja is 2 1/2" wide |  see similar piece c1933 by Roger Skeet in the CG Wallace catalog page 161 | $3,950.00  |  for more information please contact Don and refer to Navajo squash blossom necklace CTCJ1421


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NEW ARRIVALS:  eye popping stones in this Navajo | circa 1930-40's  silver and turquoise cuff bracelet with three outstanding natural turquoise stones |  stones measure 1 1/4" in length | cuff is a triple shank base with early stamps and elegant design elements | size: 6 3/4" including a 1 1/4" opening; 1 3/8" wide |  $995.00 | for more information please contact Don and refer to three green stone cuff CTCJ1395  

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a show stopping strong and powerful | Navajo or Pueblo circa 1920's silver and turquoise cuff | three oval natural turquoise stones set in early bezels | early "rain drop" button designs set on a silver triple shank | minimal stamping on the center wire | size: 6 3/4" including a 1" opening |  $2,150.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to 3 stone CTCJ1384

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NEW ARRIVALS: a wonderful Navajo silver squash blossom necklace | circa 1930's with 14 silver blossoms separated by silver beads | a 3" silver naja with a fluer de lis accent on top | size: 28: long |  $3,850.00 |  for more information please contact Don refer to Silver Squash Blossom necklace CTCJ1387
 

 

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NEW ARRIVALS: a show stopping extra large cuff  | is this circa 1930's Navajo silver and turquoise cluster bracelet | a heavy silver double shank and double wire base | exceptional quality Blue Gem turquoise stones | from the private collection of a Santa Fe family | size: 7 3/4" including a 1 3/4" opening | $2,950.00 | for more information please contact Don and refer to large cluster cuff CTCJ1393 

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a wonderful and strong | Navajo silver ingot cuff bracelet from the 1st quarter of the 20th century | ingot silver cuff with deep oval stamping designs and hash stamping across the top and bottom | nice wear and patina | size 7" including a 1 1/4 opening; 1" wide: | $1,650.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to Navajo silver cuff CTCJ1383

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a spectacular bracelet is this  | Navajo/Pueblo circa 1930's silver and turquoise cuff | fourteen natural gem quality green turquoise stones with brown matrix | serrated bezels and mounted on a silver base | triple shank silver supports with early stamping | size: 6 1/4" including a 1" opening | $995.00 | for more information please contact Don and refer to cluster cuff CTCJ1389

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a stunning and elegant Historic Revival sterling silver cross necklace from the work bench of Navajo silversmith Fritson Toledo | in the spirit of the Isleta Pueblo; 20 small silver crosses separated by silver beads lead to a center pendant of the Pueblo Bleeding Heart Dragonfly measuring 2" long |  total length: 32" | $1,450.00 | for more information please contact Don and refer to Toledo Cross Necklace 

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NEW ARRIVALS:  stunning and strong is this  | circa 1930-40's Navajo silver squash blossom necklace with 14 large, hand forged four petal blossoms separated by hand made silver beads | an outstanding double crescent and twisted wire naja with button accents |  from a Santa Fe family collection | size: 28" with a 3" wide naja | $3,900.00 | for more information please contact Don refer as large size squash necklace CTCJ1199


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NEW ARRIVALS:  a magnificent early example | circa 1920-30's Navajo cluster cuff bracelet with 32 gem quality, hand cut  turquoise stones featuring a large pear shaped center stone | three heavy split sliver shanks with early stamp work |  from a Santa Fe family collection | size 7" including a 1" opening |  $2,950.00 | for more information please contact Don and refer to Navajo early cluster cuff CTCJ1361

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NEW ARRIVALS:  gorgeous petite sized squash blossom necklace  | circa 1920's Navajo silver squash blossom necklace with hand rolled beads and 26 small four petal blossoms |  lovely naja with double crescents and button designs |  from a Santa Fe, NM family collection | size: 24" long with a 2" naja  |  $4,450.00 | for more information please contact Don and refer to petite squash CTCJ1195


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NEW ARRIVALS:  the perfect petite cuff for stacking is this | circa 1920's Navajo silver bracelet with a single natural blue turquoise stone | chiseled and stamped with delicate repousse buttons on front and terminals |  size 6" including a 3/4" opening |  $2,100.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to petite cuff CTCJ1297


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NEW ARRIVALS:  the perfect powerful cuff for the smaller wrist is this  | circa 1930's Navajo five stone carinated  bracelet |  five hand cut natural turquoise stones in blue/green hues | mounted on triple silver bangles with great stamp work and silver rain drop accents |  size: 6 1/4" including a 3/4" opening |  $1,200.00 | for more information please contact Don and refer to carinated cuff CTCJ1288


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NEW ARRIVALS:  from the early 1900's comes this museum quality  | Navajo silver ingot cuff bracelet of heavy hand pulled and twisted wire |  three natural turquoise stones (one has cracks but is secure)  |  early bezles and great wear and patina |  unique bezel design with great smooth wear | size: 6 3/4" including a 1" opening | $4,950.00 |  for more information contact Don and refer to early Navajo cuff CTCJ1318


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NEW ARRIVALS:  a spectacular Pueblo necklace from the 1920-30's  | a wonderful three strand necklace of coral, brass beads and turquoise | a pair of matching turquoise jaclas | original cotton wrapping on top | size: 19" long when worn | $2,900.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to CTCJ1292 Pueblo coral necklace

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NEW ARRIVALS:  stunning with simple elegance is this | circa 1920's Navajo silver ingot bracelet cuff | wonderful early stamp work that repeats throughout |  great wear on the terminals | desirable ingot rolling on the inside | size: 7" including a 1 1/8" opening gap | $2,450.00 | for more information please  contact Don and refer to 20's ingot cuff CTCJ1267


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NEW ARRIVALS:  a delicate and beautiful Navajo/Pueblo | circa 1940's "box and bow" silver and turquoise necklace with 30 silver blossoms and hand cut natural turquoise stones  | double rows of silver beads | double wire naja  (1 3/4") with three natural turquoise stones in center and terminals | measures 26" long | $1,950.00 | for more information please contact Don and refer to "box and bow" squash necklace 

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NEW ARRIVALS: a larger sized cuff bracelet in this  |  circa 1930's Navajo silver and turquoise cuff |  10 fabulous smaller natural turquoise stones | large center stone with great matrix | mounted on a heavy silver base | size: 7 1/2" including a 1 1/4" opening gap |  $3,450.00 | for more information please contact Don and refer to size 7 1/2" cuff with 11 stones 


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NEW ARRIVALS: a larger sized strong and powerful | Navajo cuff bracelet from the 1920's | perfect geometric cut turquoise stones in alternating shapes mounted on a silver base | matched silver bangles with great stamping cradle the seven turquoise stones | size: 7 1/4" including a 1 1/4" opening | $2,850.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to seven stone Navajo cuff CTCJ1241


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NEW ARRIVALS:  simple and stunning is this | 1930's double silver Navajo bangle cuff | great matching stamp work | wonderful patina and wear from use | from a New Mexico collection | size: 6 1/2" including a 1 1/8" opening | $2,450.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to double bangle CTCJ1218


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NEW ARRIVALS:  we hit a home run with this amazing | Pueblo or Navajo circa 1890-1910 ingot silver cuff bracelet | 45 grams and excellent wear and patina |  great provenance and history |  early stamp designs with simple elegance; from a New Mexico antique dealer |  size:  7" including a 1 1/4" opening |  $2,750.00 | for more information and  please contact Don and refer to: Pueblo\Navajo cuff c1890-1910


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NEW ARRIVALS:  a jaw dropping mid century  Navajo/Pueblo squash blossom necklace with eye dazzling turquoise stones |  fourteen corn stalk blossoms with matching oval cut stones | silver cast naja with matching center stone pendant |  size: 23" long with a 2" naja and 1 3/4" blossoms | $1,650.00 | for more information please contact Don and refer to mid century squash with corn blossoms CTCJ1234

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NEW ARRIVALS:  a strong and powerful Navajo cuff | circa 1930's double bangle and twisted wire cuff bracelet | terrific natural turquoise stone mounted on a hand forged silver applique | great wear and patina from use |  from a Santa Fe, NM collection |  size: 6 3/4" including a 1 1/8" opening | $3,850.00 |  for more information please contact Don and refer to CTCJ1221


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