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Slide 0: ESSENCE SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Timeless and exquisitely handcrafted, our sterling silver necklace combines Navajo pearls with finely made blossoms and a simple sterling silver Naja holding a turquoise cabochon. Sterling hook closure. Made in the USA by Dennis Hogan. Exclusive. 19"L.
Slide 1: CONTEMPORARY NAJA NECKLACE
The inspired collaboration of silversmiths Buffalo and Dennis Hogan creates a beautiful, highly collectible necklace that melds classic Native American craftsmanship with forward-looking design. The artist known as Buffalo, who now lives in California, is known for forging contemporary pieces that evoke vintage Navajo work, like this elegant naja pendant in sterling silver, finished with hand stamping and a deep green turquoise. It hangs from a 31" chain of links hand forged in sterling silver by Santa Fe silversmith Dennis Hogan, finished with a hook and eye clasp. Made in USA, exclusively for Sundance. Pendant measures 1-1/2"W x 1-3/4"L. 31"L
Slide 2: SOUTHWESTERN CROSS NECKLACE
The late Arizona silversmith Al Somers handcrafted this Southwestern cross necklace of sterling silver and inlaid turquoise, borrowing from Native American traditions and imbuing it with a modern sensibility. USA. Exclusive. 28"L, 3"L drop.
Slide 3: STERLING SOUTHWEST PEARL NECKLACE
As classic in the Southwest as a strand of cultured pearls—and equally versatile—the oxidized beads in this handmade sterling silver bead necklace are made one by one, individually knotted and finished with a sterling lobster clasp. Handmade in USA. 23-1/2"L.
Slide 4: STERLING DRAGONFLY NECKLACE
A symbol of hope and change, the dragonfly features largely in Native American jewelry. The artist known as Buffalo calls upon that symbol, handcrafting his dragonfly in sterling silver and giving it a modern, graphic presence with expert hand stamping and bead ball eyes. Sterling silver linked chain and lobster clasp. One of a kind. Made in USA. Exclusive. 24"L; Dragonfly 2-1/8" x 1-3/8".
Slide 5: BELLE OF THE WEST NECKLACE
Kim Somers carries on the work of her late husband, renowned silversmith Al Somers, creating pieces using traditional Native American jewelry-making techniques and the Somers' custom stamps. Here, she celebrates the intrinsic beauty of natural American turquoise, each stone unique, framing it with a hand-stamped sterling silver frame accented with bead balls and hanging it from a metal bead ball chain. Lobster clasp. USA. Exclusive. 24"L; pendant 1-3/4"L x 1-1/8"W.
Slide 6: TURQUOISE SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Dennis Hogan draws upon traditional Native American motifs—the iconic squash blossom, a crescent-shaped, luck-bearing Naja—and imbues it with a modern sensibility in his hand-forged sterling silver necklace. It's accented with inlaid turquoise and fastens with a stamped sterling button and traditional leather-wrapped cord. USA. Exclusive. Pendant 2-1/2"L; 34"L.
Slide 7: JOCK FAVOUR DRAGONFLY CROSS NECKLACE
Combining two Native American symbols—the dragonfly and the Pueblo cross—renowned silversmith Jock Favour creates a powerfully beautiful necklace. Forged from a single coin silver ingot, the pendant is embellished with Favour's custom stamps and hung upon supple leather with a sterling silver and lapis slider bead. One of a kind. Made in USA. 32"L. 3-1/8"L x 1-5/8"W.
Slide 8: DRAGONFLY GUARDIAN NECKLACE
A sterling silver dragonfly, hand forged and embellished with repoussé and custom stampwork by artist Jennifer Medina, is set with turquoise from Arizona's Kingman mine. Flying upon a butter-soft strand of leather, the dragonfly has long been believed by the Native Americans to be a symbol of guidance and positivity. Sterling slider bead. USA. Exclusive. Approx. 30"L; pendant 2-1/8"L x 1-1/2"W.
Slide 9: PUEBLO CROSSES NECKLACE
Southwestern silversmith Joe Eby hand cast sterling pueblo crosses, each finished with the signature crescent moon—burnishing them to a lightly oxidized finish and hanging the crosses upon a sterling box link chain with hook-and-eye closure. USA. Exclusive. 25"L. Largest cross 1-3/8"L x 1/2"W. Smallest cross 1-1/16"L x 7/16"W.
Slide 10: LIBERTY SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Jesse Robbins used Liberty dimes, coins comprising 90% silver and no longer produced after 1945, to create this necklace. By melting, hammering and shaping the coins, he handcrafted the necklace's graceful squash blossom. Centered around a hand-selected Royston turquoise, it hangs from a soft and supple, knotted leather necklace. Because each stone is unique, turquoise will vary. Made in USA. Exclusive. Pendant measures 1-1/2"L x 1/2"W. 44"L.
Slide 11: STERLING SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Traditional as it is, there is something strikingly modern about Santa Fe silversmith Dennis Hogan's squash blossom necklace. Hand forged sterling silver beads alternate with handmade sterling silver squash blossoms, fastened by an old-style leather wrap with a vintage coin button. The larger center blossom is handmade from two vintage coin silver US half dollars. Coins will vary and each piece is unique. Made in USA. Exclusive. Approx. 32"L with 1-3/4"L drop.
Slide 12: CONTEMPORARY STERLING NAJA NECKLACE
Santa Fe silversmith Dennis Hogan combines traditional techniques and a timeless design in his one-of-a-kind necklace with a distinctly modern spirit. Suspended from handmade sterling silver beads (often referred to as "Navajo pearls"), the hand forged naja crescent, cradling a triangle inlaid with American turquoise, is a powerful symbol of protection. He finished the spectacular piece with an antiqued brushed finish and handmade hook and loop clasp. USA. Exclusive. Pendant 2-1/4"W x 2-1/8"L. 30"L.
Slide 13: MODERN SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
To treasure forever, this hand-forged sterling silver necklace by master silversmith Dennis Hogan celebrates Native American tradition with richly burnished beads, squash blossoms and a traditional naja crescent, an ancient symbol of protection, cradling a Sleeping Beauty turquoise. Leather wrap and stamped sterling button closure. USA. Exclusive. 30-1/2"L.
Slide 14: EASTER BLUE SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Easter Blue turquoise comes from one of the oldest Nevada mines and the early stones are prized for their brilliant blues. Here in this vintage squash blossom necklace, three Easter Blue turquoise cabochons accent a hand-stamped, double-barred sterling silver Naja pendent which hangs from a string of sterling Navajo pearls holding ten expertly handcrafted squash blossoms. Made in USA. One of a kind. Pendant measures 2"L x 2-1/8"W. 22-1/2"L.
Slide 15: STERLING TEARDROP NAJA NECKLACE
Tomorrow's heirloom, our sterling silver bead necklace is made even more splendid by a dramatic naja crescent, hand forged by California silversmith Buffalo in sterling silver, ornamented with rosettes and a hand set turquoise teardrop. Sterling silver lobster clasp. Handmade in USA. 1-3/4" dia. Naja; 27"L.
Slide 16: JOCK FAVOUR STERLING SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
By famed silversmith Jock Favour, a handcrafted necklace on which a bold sterling silver squash blossom balances its beauty with a stamped sterling crown centered with turquoise chosen by the artist and set in a hand-cut sawtooth bezel. Leather with sterling silver slider beads. Made in USA. One of a kind. 32"L. 2-3/4"L x 1-1/8"W pendant blossom.
Slide 17: ON POINT NAJA NECKACE
An inventive take on the classic Naja pendant by celebrated silversmith Jesse Robbins, this handcrafted necklace combines supple leather and a coin silver Naja fashioned into a hand-stamped arrow, tipped with Cheyenne turquoise and created using a tufa cast, a process involving pouring molten silver into a carved stone mold. Made in USA. Exclusive. Approx. 46"L; 2-7/8" dia. naja.
Slide 18: ART OF STONE NECKLACE
Hung upon a supple leather necklace, a sterling silver frame, beautifully stamped and scalloped at the bottom, holds a mixed mosaic of color — natural Nevada turquoise, lime green gaspeite, fiery coral and the rich purple of sugilite. Handcrafted in the USA by Jesse Robbins. Exclusive. 44"L; 1-5/8"L x 1"W pendant.
Slide 19: THREE BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Using coin silver, Jesse Robbins handcrafts each bead and squash blossom in this supple leather necklace, choosing Cheyenne Turquoise, each stone unique, to top the blossoms and add a shot of beautiful blue color synonymous with southwestern skies. Made in USA. Exclusive. 38"L; 1-1/2"L squash blossoms.
Slide 20: MOSAIC THUNDERBIRD NECKLACE
A one-of-a-kind pendant recalls the Native American thunderbird and soars on a necklace handcrafted by Arizona artist Peter Hester. The wood pendant is inlaid with a mosaic of hand-cut Sleeping Beauty turquoise, pyrite, white shell, abalone shell, as well as, orange and purple spiny oyster shell and displays Hester's rare revival style of traditional Hohokam jewelry making. Adjustable leather cord. USA. 28"L; pendant 2-1/4"L x 2-3/8"W.
Slide 21: LONE MOUNTAIN SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
A drop of turquoise from Nevada's Lone Mountain mine, set in a hand-stamped, double-barred Naja pendant, creates a focal point in this vintage sterling silver necklace. With hand-cast sterling silver beads, also known as Navajo pearls, and ten sterling squash blossoms, it glows with a rich patina acquired over the years. Sterling spring ring clasp. Made in USA and one of a kind. 1-3/4" x 1-5/8" dia. Naja; 21"L.