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Slide 0: UNFORGETTABLE TURQUOISE NECKLACE
Benny & Valerie Aldrich's skillful turquoise mosaic rests inside a sterling silver bezel with sterling rope border and backing on their 'Unforgettable' necklace. Metal bead ball chain. Handcrafted. USA. 31"L.
Slide 1: DESERT PAINTBRUSH BRACELET
Adonnah Langer looms brass and multicolored seed beads with vibrant Czech fire polished beads in a classic Southwest pattern in her 'Desert Paintbrush' bracelet. Sterling silver lobster clasp and extender. Handmade in USA. Exclusive. 7" to 7-3/4"L.
Slide 2: 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 3: TREASURED TURQUOISE RING
Bearing a distinctively veined turquoise from Arizona's historic Kingman mine, this stunning hand-cast sterling silver and turquoise ring is a treasure for now and generations to come. USA. Exclusive. Whole sizes 5 to 9.
Slide 4: ODE TO CORAL CUFF
Dennis Hogan's casually elegant sterling silver 'Ode to Coral' cuff is punctuated with a single, crimson coral in a 14kt gold bezel. Handmade in the USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia.
Slide 5: ORIGINAL STORY CUFF
The silversmith Buffalo surrounds brilliant turquoise with a sterling silver bezel and bead ball edging on a weighty, handstamped sterling 'Original Story' cuff bracelet. Handmade in USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia. x 1-1/4" tapers to 3/4"W.
Slide 6: 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 7: COVENTRY BRACELET
Sparkling with brass, Czech fire-polished and Japanese seed beads in shades of rich purple, rose and teal, this hand-loomed 'Coventry' bracelet by Adonnah Langer recalls the intricacy and splendor of stained glass windows. Sterling silver lobster clasp. USA. Exclusive. 6-1/2" to 7-1/2"L.
Slide 8: 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 9: CENTRAL SQUARE EARRINGS
A square mosaic of hand-cut turquoise and lapis, framed in oxidized sterling silver, makes a style statement in these 'Central Square' earrings that borrow from Native American jewelry-making tradition. Sterling wires. USA. Exclusive. 1-1/8"L.
Slide 10: 1950S SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
This magnificent 1950's necklace brings together two classics of Native American iconography: the gracefully curved Naja, used here as the pendant, and the squash blossom, seen in the necklace's ascending links. Large Royston turquoise stones and handmade, naturally patinaed Navajo sterling silver beads deepens its rarity. Hook and eye clasp. A handmade, one-of-a-kind piece. Exclusive.
Slide 11: KINGMAN TURQUOISE NAJA NECKLACE
Rising above Dennis Hogan's hand-forged and stamped Naja pendant is a scalloped sterling silver overlay, subtly stamped with artist's custom design and embellished with a hand-cut sawtooth bezel holding a Kingman turquoise, each stone unique. Leather with sterling slider bead. USA. 36"L. 3-1/4"L x 2-1/2"W pendant.
Slide 12: ICONIC VINTAGE STERLING CUFF
Crosses, wings, cactus—the hand-carved and stamped designs on this generously wide Navajo cuff reflect powerful iconography—are up to the interpretation of its wearer, as they have been since the cuff's origins decades ago. Sterling silver. One of a kind. USA. 1-3/16"W. 2-1/4" dia.
Slide 13: 1940S FLOWERING TURQUOISE CUFF
Over the decades, natural oils have rendered the colors of the turquoise in this handcrafted sterling silver cuff into a rich array of blues and greens, adding to the piece's unique beauty. Hand-cut sawtooth bezels. Sterling bead ball accents. One of a kind. USA. 1-5/8" tapers to 1/2"W. 2-3/8"dia.
Slide 14: 1960S CORAL CLUSTER CUFF
Teardrops, rounds and ovals of Mediterranean coral are clustered in an elaborate display and accented with roped, beaded and hand-cut sawtooth sterling silver. The cuff's rich patina, brought on by decades of love and wear, highlights the coral's fiery beauty. One of a kind. USA. 1-7/8" tapers to 3/8"W. 2-3/8"dia.
Slide 15: 1950S OLD PAWN CUFF
This vintage sterling silver cuff is crowned with turquoise from Arizona's Castle Dome Mine, the source for much of the turquoise found in old pawn Native American jewelry. Set in a hand-cut sawtooth bezel, surrounded with petals and repoussé overlays and placed on a hand-stamped split shank, it makes a stunning centerpiece. One of a kind. USA. 2" tapers to 3/8"W. 2-3/8" dia.
Slide 16: SOUTHWEST SHELL NECKLACE
As if washed ashore from the sea, a handcrafted pendant of spiny oyster shell is overlaid with waves of turquoise tiles, each stone selected, cut and expertly set by the hand of renowned artist Charlie Favour. Leather with sterling silver slider bead. One of a kind. USA. 32"L. 2-1/4" x 2-1/4" pendant.
Slide 17: 1920S TURQUOISE TAB NECKLACE
Organically artful and one of a kind, a handcrafted necklace made by an unknown artisan of the Santo Domingo Pueblo intersperses hand-drilled heishi beads—olive shell and green turquoise—with tabs of polished turquoise. USA. Hook-and-eye closure. 24"L.
Slide 18: 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 19: 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 20: SINGLE SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Jesse Robbins focuses on the simple, sculptural beauty of the traditional Native American squash blossom, meticulously hand forging a single blossom of coin silver, adding subtle hand-stamped chevrons on the petals and topping it with turquoise from Nevada's Cheyenne mine. Supple leather with sterling slider beads and Cheyenne turquoise nugget. One of a kind. USA. 33"L.
Slide 21: CENTERED TURQUOISE CUFF
In Jesse Robbins' one-of-a-kind, coin silver cuff, natural turquoise from Arizona's Turquoise Mountain mine makes a beautiful statement, rising above the artist's custom stamp work and graceful repoussé. Handcrafted of coin silver. USA. 2-1/8" dia.; approx. 1/2"W.
Slide 22: 1940S HAND-STAMPED STERLING CUFF
Traditional Native American hand-stamped motifs—from arrows to scalloped borders—wrap around a wide sterling silver cuff, handcrafted in the forties by a Navajo artisan and aged to a rich, oxidized patina. One of a kind. USA. 2-3/8" dia.; 1-1/4"W.
Slide 23: 1960S CORAL SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
Hand-forged Navajo pearls, 20 finely crafted and individually hand-stamped squash blossoms and a double-bowed Naja crescent set with Mediterranean coral make this vintage, sterling silver necklace a rare and beautiful find. Handcrafted hook-and-eye closure. One of a kind. USA. 24"L; 2-3/4"L x 2-3/8"W.
Slide 24: ROBERT LEEKYA VINTAGE CLUSTER PIN
Taught by his father, a master Zuni fetish carver, celebrated silversmith Robert Leekya has been creating handcrafted jewelry in the Zuni tradition since 1953. This piece dates to the 1980s and features hand-cut Mediterranean coral teardrops arranged in the traditional cluster design on a sterling silver pin detailed with twisted wire, hand-cut sawtooth bezels and bead ball accents. One of a kind. USA. 2-3/8" dia.
Slide 25: CANYON COLORS CUFF
Southwestern artist Charlie Favour grew up around ranches and rodeos where he discovered the art of leather work. Over the years, he's perfected his craft to create intricate pieces such as this leather cuff, bordered with sterling silver roping and channel set with inlaid turquoise alongside orange and purple spiny oyster shell. Sterling silver end caps. One of a kind. USA. 2-3/8" dia.; 1/2"W.
Slide 26: HEART OF THE PRAIRIE CUFF
The artist, known only as Buffalo, calls upon time-honored techniques, forging this cuff by hand from a coin silver ingot and embellishing it with chiseled chasing, lozenge-shaped repoussé and custom stamped designs. At the center, he places a large square of Royston turquoise, framing it in sterling to showcase its resplendent blues and greens. One of a kind. USA. 1-3/16" dia.; 2-1/4"W.
Slide 27: DESERT LATITUDES NECKLACE
Jock Favour, the esteemed Southwestern artist, creates a tableau of color and shape, contrasting the blues and greens of Royston turquoise with the warm tones of spiny oyster shell and finishing it with a sterling fan, forged and filed by the artist's hand. Adjustable leather necklace with sterling silver sliding beads. One of a kind. USA. 34"L; pendant 1-5/8"L x 1"W.
Slide 28: 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 29: 1930S BLUE GEM CUFF
A highly unique design and a resplendent arrangement showcasing the color range of Blue Gem turquoise make this vintage cuff a rare find. Handcrafted of sterling silver more than a half century ago, it has traditional lozenge-shaped repoussé, fine chasing and traditional designs stamped by hand and extending to the cuff's ends. One of a kind. USA. 2-1/4" dia.; 7/8" tapers to 3/8"W.
Slide 30: 1920S BLUE GEM TURQUOISE CUFF
Repoussé and hand-stamped traditional designs radiate from a large center stone of turquoise, framed with roped detailing and beautifully representative of the prized turquoise from Nevada's Blue Gem mine. Hand forged of coin silver, this vintage, one-of-a-kind cuff shows the skill and artistry of its Native American maker. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia.; approx. 5/8"W.
Slide 31: 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. 25"L; pendant 2-1/8"L x 1-1/2"W.
Slide 32: DIAMOND CONCHA NECKLACE
Brushed sterling silver glows, from the handcrafted Navajo pearls to the stunning pendant handcrafted in traditional concha style and accented with repousse, scalloped stamp work and a raw diamond set in a 14kt gold bezel. Sterling hook closure. Handcrafted in USA exclusively for Sundance by Dennis Hogan. 16-1/2"L; pendant 1-3/8" dia.
Slide 33: WINDOW TO THE WEST CUFF
Celebrated silversmith Jesse Robbins creates modern works using age-old Native American jewelry-making techniques. In this cuff bracelet, hand forged by the artist from a single coin silver ingot, a simple yet stunning hand-stamped rectangle evokes a window opening to the vistas and landscapes of the American West. One of a kind. USA. 2-1/4" dia.; 1/4"W.
Slide 34: SOMERS ROYSTON CUFF
The late Al Somers imbued this sterling silver cuff bracelet with the best of his highly renowned skills, embellishing it with custom-stamped designs, detailed bead balls and crowning it with three hand-selected turquoise from Nevada's Royston mine. One of a kind. USA. 2-1/2" dia.; 1" tapers to 1/2"W.
Slide 35: SHINING LIGHT NECKLACE
Using a traditional, labor-intensive casting technique, silversmith Dennis Hogan created his 'Shining Light' necklace—a gently textured cross of sterling silver, set with a raw diamond in a 14kt gold bezel. Sterling box chain with S-hook. USA. Exclusive. 31"L.
Slide 36: 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 37: TURQUOISE TOWER RING
Finely detailed sterling silver fans out from three hand-picked turquoise tiles, set in sterling on our triple-shank, tapered sterling 'Turquoise Tower' band ring. USA. Exclusive. Whole sizes 5 to 9. 3/4"W, tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 38: LEGACY TURQUOISE CUFF
Renowned silversmith Joe Eby recalls the Navajo tradition in this 'Legacy' handstamped, triple-shank sterling silver cuff bracelet. Set with a center stone of Royston turquoise flanked with sterling rosettes, it's a forever piece to treasure always. USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia.
Slide 39: ONE BY TWO TURQUOISE HOOPS
Sterling beading and dots of turquoise trade places on our lightly hammered, oxidized sterling silver 'One By Two' hoop earrings. Sterling posts. USA. Exclusive. 1-1/4"L.
Slide 40: 1950S PUEBLO CROSS NECKLACE
The cobalt blue trade beads in this vintage, sterling silver necklace date back to the time when Russians traded with Alaska natives for furs. The question of how they came to the Native American who made this necklace is as unknown as the artist himself. What is clear is the skill, artistry and distinctive design displayed by the double-barred, hand-stamped Pueblo cross which ends in a heart. Traditional wrapped closure. One of a kind. USA. Exclusive. Approx. 32"L; cross 3"L x 1-1/4"W.
Slide 41: CRESCENT MOON STERLING CUFF
Simple, strong and wonderfully dimensional, this hand-forged, sterling silver cuff by Jesse Robbins is stamped with crescent moons and gently tapers to stamped ends. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia., 1/4" thick.
Slide 42: FINE LINES TURQUOISE CUFF
Jesse Robbins combines his love of Native American artistry and his considerable skill as a silversmith in this handcrafted sterling silver cuff. He created it using the ingot method, a labor-intensive process involving melting, cooling and hammering a sterling ingot to create the cuff's shape. He then used his custom stamps throughout to beautifully frame a hand-selected turquoise oval at the center. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia., 1/2" tapers to 3/8"W.
Slide 43: TURQUOISE REVERIE CUFF
Elegant sterling silverwork, from repoussé and hand-stamped designs to graduated beading, gracefully frame a long oval of turquoise. Handcrafted by the famed Santa Fe silversmith Buffalo, this timeless cuff was made in the USA exclusively for Sundance. 2-3/8" dia., 1/2" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 44: DRAGONFLY NAJA NECKLACE
The combination of two traditional Native American motifs—the Naja and the dragonfly—add a striking, sculptural element to this handcrafted necklace by the Southwestern artist known only as Buffalo. Hanging from supple leather and hand-forged of sterling silver, the pendant bears subtle etch marks and is set with Kingman turquoise. Sterling silver slider. USA. Exclusive. 45"L; Naja 2-3/4"L x 1-5/8"W.
Slide 45: 1960S STAMPED STERLING CUFF
Like a garland of flowers, stamped designs artfully placed decades ago by the hand of an unknown Native American artisan wrap around this exquisitely handcrafted sterling silver cuff. One of a kind. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia., 1-1/16"W.
Slide 46: ITHACA PEAK CUFF
A love of the southwest and traditional Native American craftsmanship influences every piece silversmith Jesse Robbins creates. In this coin silver cuff, the only one of its kind, Jesse combines a strikingly simple design with hand etching, overlays and repoussé, all of which creates a beautiful backdrop for a turquoise center stone from Arizona's Ithaca Peak Mine. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/2" dia., 1" tapers to 3/4"W.
Slide 47: VINTAGE LANDER TURQUOISE CUFF
Custom stamp work, indicative of the designs used in the 40s and 50s, flanks a recessed sterling panel holding an oval Lander Blue Turquoise, which is among the most valuable and highly sought American turquoise today. Handcrafted of sterling silver. One of a kind. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/2" dia., 1-1/4"W.
Slide 48: ARIZONA TURQUOISE CUFF
Born and raised in Arizona, Jesse Robbins studied under the mentorship of famed silversmith Jock Favour and draws upon his experience as an archeologist in the Southwest to create his handcrafted pieces. In this coin silver cuff, Robbins has placed a natural stone from Arizona's Turquoise Mountain mine, framing it with beautifully balanced custom stamp work and accenting it with bead ball and roped detailing. One of a kind. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia., 1/2" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 49: 1950S MORENCI WINDOWS CUFF
Like windows into a storied past, inlaid turquoise from the now-closed Morenci mine reveal their prized blues on a vintage, coin silver cuff. Intricately bordered and hand stamped, the cuff, the only one of its kind, mixes a modern sensibility with the time-honored tradition of Native American jewelry making. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia., 5/8"W.
Slide 50: 1950S MORENCI CUFF
Turquoise from Arizona's now closed Morenci mine is increasingly rare and highly valued for its high quality and beautiful blues. Here, framed with roped sterling and accented with bead balls, Morenci turquoise shows off its range, clustered in rounds and ovals on a one-of-a-kind, sterling silver cuff handcrafted decades ago by a Native American artisan. USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia., 1" tapers to 1/2"W.
Slide 51: NAJA & CROSS NECKLACE
Though Jesse Robbins uses age-old Native American jewelry making techniques, he imbues each piece he creates with simple and striking style. In this leather necklace, he's placed a hand-forged Naja pendant at the center, embellishing it with a traditional double-barred cross, hand-stamped etching and turquoise tips. Tied leather closure. USA. Exclusive. 34"L; Naja 2-3/4"L x 2-1/2"W.
Slide 52: LASSO TURQUOISE CUFF
In between cabochons of Royston turquoise, hand-stamped motifs featuring roped crescents trade places with subtle repoussé in this coin silver cuff handcrafted by famed silversmith Jesse Robbins exclusively for Sundance. One of a kind. USA. 2-1/4" dia., 1/2"W.
Slide 53: 1930S RED MOUNTAIN CUFF
Hand-stamped designs bridge the gap between a trio of turquoise from Nevada's Red Mountain mine. Hand-forged of coin silver, the cuff dates back more than half a century and is one of a kind. USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia., 1/2"W.
Slide 54: FIVE CORAL CUFF
The Mediterranean red coral that studs this vintage, one-of-a-kind sterling silver cuff is of the rarest and most beautiful variety. Set in deep sterling bezels and separated by sterling bead balls, it gives this cuff bold, beautiful style. USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia., 5/8" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 55: BUFFALO STAMPED COIN SILVER CUFF
A single ingot of coin silver, meticulously hand forged, hammered and brushed, creates a rich, glowing backdrop for subtle repoussé and the custom stamp work of Buffalo, the famed Santa Fe silversmith and maker of this one-of-a-kind piece. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia., 7/8"W.
Slide 56: FAVOUR FOX TURQUOISE CUFF
Arizona native and renowned silversmith Jock Favour blends time-honored Native American techniques with simple, strong design in each piece he creates. Hand forged from a coin silver ingot, this one-of-a-kind cuff by Favour is embellished with hand-stamped, lozenge-shaped repoussé, deftly etched borders and a turquoise from Nevada's Fox Mine. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia., 5/8" tapers to 3/8"W.
Slide 57: SLEEPING BEAUTY CUFF BY BUFFALO
The Southwestern artist known only as Buffalo created this coin silver cuff from a single ingot which he repeatedly heated, cooled and hammered by hand. The cuff is set with four Sleeping Beauty turquoise and features graceful hand-stamped designs, subtle repoussé and hand-carved, rolled edges. One of a kind. USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia., 1-1/4" tapers to 1/2"W.
Slide 58: 1950S TURQUOISE SUNBURST CUFF
A sterling sun, fine detailing and Morenci turquoise, increasingly rare since the mine's closing in the late 70s, give this one-of-a-kind, sterling silver cuff distinctive style. Handcrafted decades ago by a Navajo craftsman, its resplendent petit point turquoise design and hand-cut sawtooth bezels continue to the cuff's tapered ends. USA. Exclusive. 1-5/8" dia., 2-3/8" tapers to 1/2"W.
Slide 59: 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.