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Two Navajo Rings, c.1930-1940 updated
Navajo jewelers started with the simplest of hammered solid silver bands and moved quickly to bezeled turquoise stone settings with triple split shanks. The Pueblo jewelers, especially the Zuni, developed a cluster style in which many stones create a mosaic to depict complete kachinas, ceremonial dancers, as well as many birds and animals. Each piece in our collection has been selected for its fine craftsmanship and native aesthetic.
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