Turquoise/Native American jewelry

Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Feraud, Jul 21, 2008.

  1. Desert dog

    Desert dog Call Me a Cab

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    Thank you RJR.
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  2. alanfgag

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    Preparing for a short trip, picking out a few things to take with me. This is a modernist bracelet stamped with the mark of the Navajo Arts and Crafts Guild and a ring by the Hopi silversmith Talawytewa (Morris Robinson).

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  3. alanfgag

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    Just another on the cuff remark...
     
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  4. Sheepdog149

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    A little hint of turquoise [​IMG]

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  5. AbbaDatDeHat

    AbbaDatDeHat I'll Lock Up

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    Oh wow Alan. This is way cool!
    The olive wood is gorgeous. Neat collection all around!
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  7. alanfgag

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    A small and lightweight Navajo tourist ring in cigar band form, c.1920s. One of my favorites.

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  8. Sheepdog149

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    Handmade beaded deer hide cuff:[​IMG]

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  9. Sheepdog149

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    Very nice sir! I personally love concho style rings...

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  10. Bugguy

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    My favorite pawn buckle. Picked it years ago in a small town Northeast of Phoenix, AZ.

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  11. Alex Oviatt

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    Late 30s Zuni Cufflinks from my Grandfather
     

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  12. Those are nice Alex! A big bonus that they were handed down.
     
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  13. Sheepdog149

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    Nacozari turquoise beads from Sonora, Mexico. The mine is in the same mountain range as the Bisbee mine[​IMG]

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  14. Sheepdog149

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    Beaded deer hide cuff[​IMG]

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  15. alanfgag

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    I'm sorry - I've posted this mid century Navajo Arts and Crafts Guild buckle too many times. But every time I pull it out to wear...

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  16. Sheepdog149

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    That's a beauty sir!

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  17. MissMittens

    MissMittens One Too Many

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    Unmistakably Navajo!
     
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  18. alanfgag

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    I know... but I had help! ;^)

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  20. Bamaboots

    Bamaboots I'll Lock Up

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    Post that anytime, Alan. The belt looks very nice as well. Get you in some cowboy boots and that incredible spaghetti western you have, quite a look in Buffalo, or anywhere for that matter.
     
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