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Zuni Hallmarks- EAGLE ROCK TRADING POST-Native American ...
    Effie Calavaza (Daughter and/or Grandaughter) Gloria Calavaza or Joy Calavaza. Item # 669A- Zuni Double Turquoise Snake Sterling Silver Rings by G. CALAVAZA. Item #943W- Men's Zuni Triple Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Sterling Silver Double Snake Ring by Joy Calavaza.

Zuni Indian Jewelry Southwest Silver Gallery
    Zuni Indians started working with silver in 1872 and were the second Native American tribe to learn the art. The Navajos taught the art to a Zuni Indian named Lanyade. Because Zuni Indian jewelry features such intricate stonework, artists mainly use silversmithing as a way to accent the stones. The silver settings for the jewelry is relatively simply to allow the gemstones to stand out. Fetish Carvings

Zuni Jewelry Information SilverTribe
    The Zuni tribe, now located in northwestern New Mexico, was the second Native American group to learn Mexican silversmithing techniques. Navajo artist Atsidi Chon initially taught the art to a member of the Zuni tribe. Their artisans refined the Navajo cluster work technique, characterized by a series of shaped stones glued into bezel settings.

Artists - Southwest Silver Gallery
    Geneva Apachito was born in 1969 in Soccoro, New Mexico. Geneva was raised in Alamo. She was taught to do silver work by her mother, Genevieve Apacheto. Raymond Apachito, Navajo, was born in Alareo, New Mexico. Age 61 and has been silver smithing for 35 years. (2006) Erma Arviso was born in 1960 in Canoncito, New Mexico.

Zuni Jewelry –
    Single Row Sterling Silver Zuni Turquoise Inlay Bracelet Sheldon Lalio $135.00 $175.00 Native American Mother of Pearl Zuni Inlay Sunface Pin/Pendant Zuni Artist

Native American Zuni Jewelry for Sale - Alltribes Indian Art
    Artists like George Chuckee, who has standing orders for his intricate work. His trademark is birds that are sculpted with their heads that are turned ever so slightly. The above names are just a few Native American Zuni jewelry makers and silversmiths that we have touched upon.

Identify Native American Jewelry Hallmarks Medicine Man ...
    Edward and Pablita Quam - Zuni Turquoise Channel Inlay and Silver Clip-On Earrings c. 1970s, 0.625" x 0.625" (J91046-0716-002) $ 250.00 Elizabeth Anderson - Navajo Turquoise, Coral, and Silver Row Bracelet, c. 1980s, Size 7

Native American Jewelry Artists and Silversmiths We Love ...
    Native American Jewelry Artists and Silversmiths We Love Albert Platero. Navajo Albert Platero was born on the Navajo reservation in To'hajiilee, New Mexico, 30 miles west Of... Alex Sanchez. Alex Sanchez was born in 1969 and is Navajo to Zuni Clan. He learned to silversmith from his brother ...

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