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Slide 0: LORETTA HEIRLOOM LOCKET NECKLACE
In this 'Loretta' heirloom necklace, Julie Romanenko retrieves a cherished treasure from a bygone era, giving new life to a vintage 14kt gold filled locket of unknown provenance, veiled in the mysteries of the past. One-of-a-kind, as pictured, sparked with faux gems. The locket hangs on a modern-day 14kt gold chain adorned with white quartz, handmade in USA. Exclusive. Spring ring clasp. 18-1/2"L, 2" drop; 1-1/8" dia. locket.
Slide 1: KINGMAN OVAL TURQUOISE CUFF
New Mexico silversmith Joe Eby is known for making fine jewelry in the Navajo Traditional Revival Style. His skills shine through in this handcrafted sterling silver cuff. Hand forged with an open bar design, intricate stamp work and repoussé, it holds a long oval of Kingman turquoise held in a sawtooth bezel on a stamped and scalloped overlay. Made in USA. One of a kind. 2-3/8" dia.; 3/4" tapers to 3/8"W.
Slide 2: CIMARRON EARRINGS
Handstamped sterling silver disks set with turquoise hang from sterling wires in these timeless earrings by Southwestern artist Dennis Hogan. USA. Exclusive. 2"L.
Slide 3: WESTERN WAYS KETOH BRACELET
The artist known as Buffalo modeled this one-of-a-kind leather bracelet after traditional Native American ketoh bracelets, or bowguards, once used to protect the wrist of warriors from the snap of bow string when shooting arrows. Hand forged from a single ingot, the sterling silver overlay is embellished with the Buffalo's hand-stamped designs, repoussé and a single turquoise cabochon from Nevada's Fox mine. Hand-stamped sterling buckle. Made in USA. Exclusive. 2-5/8" tapers to 1-3/8"W. 7-3/4" to 8-1/2"L.
Slide 4: EL DORADO RING
With one-of-a-kind turquoise, framed in a 14kt gold-filled bezel, and a sterling silver band handstamped by silversmith Chris Dungan, this ring balances modern style and tradition beautifully. USA. Exclusive. Whole sizes 5 to 9. 1/2"W.
Slide 5: SOMERS SIGNET CUFF
Kim Somers continues the legacy of her late husband, the famed Southwestern silversmith Al Somers, using the family's handmade stamps to recreate one of his signature pieces. Hand forged in sterling silver and bearing Kim Somers' signet, this striking cuff is embellished with traditional motifs flanking a large, matrixed turquoise set in a sterling bezel. USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia. 7/8"W tapers to 1/2"W.
Slide 6: COVETED DUALITY NECKLACE
On one side of Dennis Hogan's sterling silver pendant necklace is turquoise-centered rosette; on the other, polished Kingman turquoise in a hand-cut sawtooth bezel and bead ball frame. Sterling chain, hook and eye clasp. Handmade in USA. Exclusive. 36"L, 1-7/8" dia. pendant.
Slide 7: WAY OF THE WEST CUFF
Master silversmith Leo Feeney has been perfecting his craft nearly fifty years. In this hand-stamped sterling cuff, he places squares, ovals and rounds of high-grade turquoise in deep sterling silver bezels with sawtooth edges, accenting the cuff with bead balls and tipping it with Mediterranean coral. Made in USA. Exclusive. 5/16"W. 2-1/2" dia.
Slide 8: 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 9: DESERT CLOVER RING
Surrounded with twisted sterling rope and accented with sterling beading, petals of turquoise bloom on the 'Desert Clover' split-shank, sterling silver ring. USA. Exclusive. Whole sizes 5 to 9.
Slide 10: TURQUOISE THUNDERBIRD NECKLACE
Transformation, strength—the legendary thunderbird often appears as a symbol in Native American jewelry and Joe Eby, a Southwestern jewelry artist steeped in the traditions of Navajo artisans, recalls the thunderbird's symbolic power in this handcrafted necklace. Set with an oval turquoise, cast of sterling silver and hand stamped with classic motifs, including crossed arrows indicating direction, it hangs from soft leather with a sterling slider bead. USA. Exclusive. 36"L; pendant 2"L.
Slide 11: 1940S BLUE GEM TURQUOISE CUFF
Three sterling silver bars, each unique with its own shape and custom-stamped design, highlight the skill and artistry of the unknown artisan who handcrafted this vintage 1940s sterling cuff bracelet, crowned with a large turquoise cabochon from Nevada's Blue Gem mine. Split-shank bars join at cuff's ends. One of a kind. Made in USA. 1-1/16" tapers to 3/8"W. 2-3/8" dia.
Slide 12: MOSAIC HEART EARRINGS
Inlaid turquoise forms a mosaic of blues and greens in handcrafted sterling silver hearts with channeled frames and sterling wires. USA. Exclusive. 1-3/8"L.
Slide 13: DIAMOND NAJA NECKLACE
Diamond kissed, the sterling silver naja, a Native American symbol of strength and protection, creates striking style in this handcrafted sterling necklace by Dennis Hogan. Sterling hook. USA. Exclusive. 19"L.
Slide 14: CRESCENT CROSS NECKLACE
Santa Fe artist Tom DeWitt borders his handcrafted Pueblo cross and crescent with delicately hand stamped designs. Bold and beautiful, the sterling silver pendant hangs from a supple leather necklace with a hand-stamped sterling slider bead. One of a kind. Made in USA. Exclusive. 34"L; cross 2-3/8"L x 1"W.
Slide 15: SANTA FE CROSS EARRINGS
Southwest silversmith Dennis Hogan hand forges earrings in traditional fashion with a timeless sense of style. Rustically finished disks of sterling silver overlaid with 14kt gold crosses attach with hand hammered balls to smooth brushed domes of sterling silver. Sterling silver posts. USA. Exclusive. 1-7/8"L.
Slide 16: SACRED WHEEL BRACELET
Dennis Hogan puts his spin on the sacred medicine wheel, a traditional Native American symbol representing the four cardinal directions and a harbinger of hope, healing and peace. Handcrafted of sterling silver, the bracelet fastens with a sterling lobster clasp. One of a kind. Made in USA. Exclusive. 7" to 8"L; 7/8"W.
Slide 17: 1950S BEGAY BLOSSOM NECKLACE
An unknown artisan of the talented Begay family created this sterling silver squash blossom necklace in the 1950s, that glows with hand-stamped, handcrafted sterling silver beads, 12 squash blossoms each hand stamped by the artist and a Naja pendent made using the labor-intensive tufa cast method. Hook-and-eye closure. Made in USA. One of a kind. Exclusive. 35"L. Naja 3-1/4"L x 2-1/8"W; bowties approx. 1-7/8"L.
Slide 18: 1930S THUNDERBIRD NECKLACE
During the Great Depression, stones and silver were scarce and Native American artisans turned to non-traditional materials—plastic, bits and pieces of found objects; the resulting works were sold to tourists and, like this 1930s Thunderbird necklace, are treasured today for their rarity. Handcrafted with gypsum heishi beads, each hand cut and drilled, and tabs of Cerrillos turquoise, it is centered with a thunderbird handcrafted with a mosaic of Cerrillos turquoise and red and black plastic. Spring ring clasp. One of a kind. Made in USA. Exclusive. 19"L. Bird 1-3/4"L x 1-1/4"W; bowties 1"L.
Slide 19: 1940S NAVAJO CLUSTER CUFF
Intricately handcrafted more than half a century ago, this sterling silver Navajo cuff is set with Easter Blue Turquoise, a stone that is increasingly rare and prized for its robin's egg blues. Arranged in a traditional flowering cluster design, the turquoise is set off by bead balls and twisted wire and serves as a bright counterpoint to the mellowed patina of the cuff. One of a kind. Made in USA. 2" tapers to 1-1/2"W. 2-3/8" dia.
Slide 20: 1930S DECO BLUE GEM CUFF
Three turquoise from Nevada's Blue Gem mine center a graceful coin silver Art Deco-style cuff. Handcrafted in the thirties by an unknown artisan, the cuff bears a subtle texture as a result of being cast in tufa stone and balances feminine grace with a bold, Art Deco sensibility. One of a kind. Made in USA. 1-5/8" tapers to 1/2"W. 2-1/4" dia.
Slide 21: NAVAJO CORAL CUFF
The unknown maker of this vintage Navajo sterling cuff chose the highest quality Mediterranean coral, now increasingly rare, to adorn this hand-forged cuff. Using bead ball accents and framing the large center stone in roped sterling, the artisan, likely Navajo, created a simple but stunning tableau for the coral's rich beauty. One of a kind. Made in USA. 1-1/8" tapers to 1/2"W. 2-1/4" dia.
Slide 22: 1970S BLUE GEM TURQUOISE CUFF
Set in sterling bezels framed with twisted wire and accented with bead ball detailing, seven stunning stones from Nevada's Blue Gem mine are arranged in a gracefully tapered design on a vintage 1970s sterling silver cuff bracelet. One of a kind. Made in USA. 1-1/4" tapers to 3/8"W. 2-1/4" dia.
Slide 23: KINGMAN TURQUOISE CUFF
Inlaid turquoise from Arizona's Kingman mine, one of the country's oldest producing mines, adorns this sterling silver cuff handcrafted in the sixties by a Navajo artisan. Timelessly beautiful, the cuff can be worn on its own or stacked. One of a kind. Made in USA. 5/16" tapers to 3/16"W. 2-1/8 dia.
Slide 24: 1950S ZUNI SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
An exquisite example of the traditional Squash Blossom necklace and Zuni lapidary, this 1950s vintage piece is set with Blue Gem turquoise, cut and shaped by hand on a grinding wheel into the classic needlepoint shape and placed in hand-cut sawtooth bezels. Both the double row of beads and the blossoms are handcrafted of sterling silver. Sterling bead balls accent the squash blossoms, and the Naja pendant is set with needlepoint Blue Gem turquoise in a flowering cluster design. Hook-and-eye closure. One of a kind. Made in USA. 26"L; Naja 2"W x 2-1/8"L; Bowties 1"L.
Slide 25: DOUBLE BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Squash blossoms adorn Native American jewelry, their simple shape a study in grace. Southwestern artist Dennis Hogan revives that tradition in this one-of-a-kind necklace, handcrafting squash blossoms of sterling silver. The larger blossom is topped with a copper penny; the smaller one wears a fluted top. Leather cord with brass slider beads. Made in USA. Exclusive. 35"L. Large blossom 2"L x 7/8"W; small blossom 1-1/8"L x 3/8"W.
Slide 26: TURQUOISE IN BLOOM EARRINGS
At the heart of each handcrafted 'Turquoise In Bloom' earring's inspired artistry is the natural variance in the turquoise stones, hand selected for each oxidized sterling silver inlay. USA. Exclusive. 1-7/8"L.
Slide 27: SOUTH BY SOUTHWEST RING
Our handcrafted sterling silver 'South By Southwest' ring by Leo Feeney gathers turquoise teardrops and cabochons, arranging them in hand-cut sawtooth bezels on a handstamped sterling band. USA. Exclusive. 1-7/8" x 7/8". Whole sizes 5 to 9.
Slide 28: TRAIL RIDER NECKLACE
In his 'Trail Rider' necklace, Dennis Hogan's graceful adaptation of a traditional Navajo design sets a turquoise cabochon in a 14kt gold bezel at the center of a radiant hand-stamped sterling silver concho. An oval-link sterling chain with a hook clasp lets you wear it at any length you please. Handmade in USA. Exclusive. 36"L, 1-5/8" drop.
Slide 29: KEEP THE FAITH BRACELET
The nine crosses that grace our 'Keep the Faith' bracelet were crafted from sterling silver using traditional Navajo techniques and set with turquoise cabochons. Sterling chain. Toggle clasp. Handmade exclusively for Sundance. 7" to 8"L, 1-3/4"W.
Slide 30: HIGH DESERT RING
In our 'High Desert' ring, a dramatic sterling silver setting showcases the legendary beauty of turquoise from Arizona's Kingman Mine, among the oldest in America. Framed by graduated silver beading and hand-stamped sunbursts in traditional Navajo style, the large oval stone is set on a triple band. Variations in the natural veining make each stone unique. Handcrafted in the USA exclusively for Sundance. Whole sizes 5 to 9.
Slide 31: TRUE SPIRIT TURQUOISE EARRINGS
Kim Somers sets these concho-inspired 'True Spirit' earrings with turquoise cabochons and surrounds them with radiant sunbursts, a symbol of constancy. Carrying on the legacy of her late husband, renowned silversmith Al Somers, she shapes and decorates each pair by hand using traditional Native American jewelry-making techniques and the Somers' custom stamps. French wires. Handmade in USA. Exclusive. 2 -1/4"L.
Slide 32: 1950S CORAL SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
A double row of handcrafted sterling silver beads, commonly known as Navajo pearls, creates a striking contrast to the swirling twisted wire detailing on this vintage necklace's lavish squash blossoms and Naja pendant. Natural Mediterranean coral, now increasingly rare, adds a pop of vibrant color to the blossoms and the pendant. Sterling hook-and-eye closure. One of a kind. Made in USA. Naja measures 2-5/8"L x 2-3/8"W; bos 1-3/8"L x 1/2"W. 26"L.
Slide 33: 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 34: DESERT FLOWER NECKLACE
Santa Fe artist Dennis Hogan bridges traditional art and modern style in a braided leather turquoise pendant necklace bearing a hand-cast sterling silver pendant on which a turquoise flower blooms. Sterling lobster clasp. USA. Exclusive. 16-1/2" to 17-1/2"L.
Slide 35: LONG LINE TURQUOISE EARRINGS
Sterling silver, roped and beaded, surrounds an oval and a square of hand-selected turquoise in these long, lovely danglers by Leo Feeney. Sterling silver posts. USA. Exclusive. 1-5/8"L.
Slide 36: SANTA FE SUN EARRINGS
Dennis Hogan's love for the West comes through in sterling silver earrings with handstamped disks and touches of turquoise. Sterling silver wires. USA. Exclusive. 1"L.
Slide 37: SPECTRUM TURQUOISE HOOP EARRINGS
Swaying from sterling wires, hand-cut turquoise tiles are artfully arranged in sterling hoop channels to create a mesmerizing spectrum of blues and greens. Sterling silver wires. Made in USA. Exclusive. 2-1/8"L.
Slide 38: TURQUOISE & DIAMOND NECKLACE
Set in a 14kt gold bezel, a single rustic diamond sparkles like a star above Sleeping Beauty turquoise in this necklace by Southwest silversmith Dennis Hogan. Edged in beaded scallops, the sterling silver pendant hangs from an antiqued silver chain with a hook and eye clasp. Handcrafted in USA. Exclusively for Sundance. Pendant measures 1-1/8"L. 24"L.
Slide 39: 1950S SHADOW BOX TURQUOISE CUFF
Using a traditional jewelry technique called shadow box, Navajo artisans added dimension and interest to their pieces by creating a domed or dimensional layer and soldering it to a bottom layer. This vintage cuff is a prime example in which ovals of Morenci turquoise nestle amidst bead balls in a sterling, shadow box cuff handcrafted in the fifties. One of a kind. Made in USA. Exclusive. Approx. 1-1/8"W. 2-1/4" dia.
Slide 40: DOUBLE TURQUOISE NAJA NECKLACE
A sterling silver ingot is transformed into a traditional Naja pendant through repeated melting, hammering and shaping by the Southwestern artist known only as Buffalo. Set with turquoise, tipped with rosettes and accented with bead balls and Buffalo's custom stamp work, it hangs from a supple leather necklace with an adjustable sterling slider bead. USA. Exclusive. 34"L.
Slide 41: FOUR CORNERS NECKLACE
Set with turquoise and cast from a sterling silver ingot, a handstamped cross by Buffalo, the famed Native American silversmith, hangs from supple leather in a necklace to love and pass down. Sterling slider. USA. 32"L, 3-3/8" drop.
Slide 42: MYSTIC MOSAIC EARRINGS
Our sterling silver and turquoise mosaic earrings display the gemstone in elaborate arrangements, each handmade and one-of-a-kind. Exclusive. Approx. 2"L.
Slide 43: TURQUOISE EMBRACE CUFF
Sculptural and representative of the simple, timeless style that Karl Nataani brings to all his exceptionally handcrafted pieces, this sterling silver cuff is tipped with Sleeping Beauty turquoise set in sawtooth bezels and accompanied by petite sterling rosettes. Made in USA. Exclusive. 3/8" at widest point. 2-1/2" dia.
Slide 44: 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 45: 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 46: KINGMAN PORTRAIT EARRINGS
Handcrafted by Navajo artisans, stamped sterling silver frames the splendor of highly sought Kingman turquoise. Sterling wires. USA. Exclusive. 1-1/8"L.
Slide 47: AMERICAN LEGEND NECKLACE
By the renowned Southwestern artist Buffalo, this sterling silver 'American Legend' necklace melds traditional Native American silver-working techniques, including handstamped designs, repoussé and fluted beads, with modern elegance. Sterling lobster clasp with turquoise accent. USA. Exclusive. 19" to 20-1/2""L.
Slide 48: 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 49: CHEYENNE TURQUOISE NAJA EARRINGS
Inspired by his love of Native American history and art, Jesse Robbins, one of America's most celebrated young silversmiths, has handcrafted these sterling silver earrings featuring sterling rosettes and traditional Najas with custom-stamped accents and turquoise from Nevada's Cheyenne mine. Sterling wires. USA. 1-3/4"L; 1"W.
Slide 50: 1940S PROSPERITY TURQUOISE CUFF
The hand-stamped leaves flanking the turquoise center stone on this coin silver represent the traditional Native American symbols for life. The small circles symbolize rain or prosperity. Aged to a mellow patina, this handcrafted cuff and its symbolism remains timelessly relevant today. One of a kind. Made in USA. Exclusive. 5/8" tapers to 1/4"W. 2-1/4" dia.
Slide 51: 1930S CONCHO BELT
Concho belts this intricately detailed and well preserved are a rare find. Dating back to the 1930s, the leather belt has 11 sterling silver conchos, each artfully hand embellished with fine repoussé and custom stamps by an unknown, highly skilled silversmith. Seven of the conchos are set with high-grade turquoise cabochons, also dating back to the thirties. The detailed stamp work extends to the belt's sterling buckle, which like the conchos, is aged to a mellow patina. One of a kind. Made in USA. Belt is 30" to 32" wearable length; Conchos 3-3/8"H x 3-1/8"W. Bows 2-3/4"L x 1-1/2"W. Buckle 3-1/2"L x 3"W.
Slide 52: 1940S CONCHO BELT
The Native American artisan who created this belt put heart and soul into it as evidenced by the thoughtful design and exacting detail, from the hand-cut scalloped edges, the fine stamp work and the repoussé radiating outward on each sterling silver concho. Set with turquoise most likely collected over the years from American mines, many of which are now closed, the supple leather belt and the sterling conchos bear witness to the storied Native American history. Sterling buckle. One of a kind. Made in USA. Belt is approx. 32" wearble length; Conchos are approx. 3-5/8"W x 3"H. Bows 2-7/8"W x 1-1/4"L. Buckle 4-1/8"W x 3-1/8"H.
Slide 53: 1970S SPINY OYSTER & TURQUOISE NECKLACE
The spiritual symbolism of this exquisitely inlaid pendant is up to interpretation but the skill of its unknown Zuni maker is abundantly clear. Framed with intricately hand-stamped and scalloped sterling, the pendant is expertly inlaid with hand-cut jet, spiny oyster and Mother of Pearl and turquoise from the Cerillos mine. Sterling silver box chain with hook closure. One of a kind. Exclusive. Made in USA. Pendant measures 2-1/2"L x 1-7/8"W. 24"L.
Slide 54: 1930S TURQUOISE CONCHO EARRINGS
Conchos that once lined a vintage belt are re-purposed into sterling silver earrings dating back to the thirties. The conchos are hand-stamped and set with turquoise from New Mexico's Cerillos mine, one of America's oldest and most famed sources of turquoise. Sterling posts. One of a kind. Made in USA. Exclusive. 1-3/4"L.
Slide 55: 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 56: COIN SILVER STACKING CUFF
To mingle with other bracelets and cuffs, to wear on its own, this hand-stamped coin silver cuff by Jesse Robbins rises above with a slender, flat profile and graceful style. One of a kind. Made in USA. Exclusive. Approx 1/4" thick. 2-1/8" dia.
Slide 57: 1970S CORAL SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Hand-stamped sterling box bows and finely crafted squash blossoms create a delicate backdrop to rare Mediterranean coral in this vintage, Native American necklace. With double rows of hand-forged beads, known as Navajo pearls, and a traditional Naja crescent detailed with twisted wire and Mediterranean coral, it's a stunning example of this coveted traditional jewelry. Hook-and-eye closure. One of a kind. Made in USA. Exclusive. Naja measures 2"W x 2-1/8"L; bows 1-1/8"L x 3/8"W. 25"L.
Slide 58: HAPPY TRAILS NECKLACE
Town or country, this supple, leather necklace with its hand-cast sterling silver horse designed by famed Southwestern silversmith Jock Favour, takes you there in style. Sterling silver slider bead. USA. Exclusive. Adjustable to 32"L.
Slide 59: ROYSTON SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Southwestern artist Jock Favour celebrates the tradition and craftsmanship of Native American jewelry with this singular squash blossom necklace. Hand forged from a sterling silver ingot, the blossom hangs on a supple leather cord with sterling slider beads and is embellished with hand-stamped designs and Royston turquoise. One of a kind. Made in USA. Exclusive. Pendant measures 3-1/8"L x 1-1/4"W. 34"L.