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Slide 0: 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 1: 1930S SANTO DOMINGO THUNDERBIRD NECKLACE
In the thirties, Native American jewelry had become increasingly popular and turquoise, particularly that from New Mexico's Cerillos mine, increasingly rare. To satisfy demand, artisans of the Santo Domingo Pueblo sourced new materials to continue their age-old traditions of finely crafted pieces. In this one of a kind necklace, the maker hand drilled gypsum beads and added accents using gypsum and red plastic and tipping it with the rare Cerillos turquoise. At the apex is an inlaid thunderbird, a traditional symbol of strength, protection and power, made with gypsum, red and black plastic and a meticulous mosaic of Cerillos turquoise. Made in USA. Pendant measures 2-5/8"W x 2-1/8"L. 24"L.
Slide 2: ESCALANTE HOOP EARRINGS
These sterling silver 'Escalante' hoop earrings, set with turquoise cabochons and embellished with delicate handstamped designs, are crafted by Kim Somers, wife of the late renowned silversmith, Al Somers. Sterling wires. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4"L.
Slide 3: ROPED TURQUOISE CUFF
New Mexican artist and silversmith Joe Eby is known for his exacting metalwork and modern take on traditional Navajo style. This triple-tiered, sterling silver cuff shows off his skills beautifully with roped detailing, hand-stamped designs, bead ball accents and a natural American turquoise set in sterling. Made in USA. Exclusive. 1/2"W, 2-1/2" dia.
Slide 4: TETON STERLING CUFF
Hand-cast sterling silver makes a beautiful point in this artfully dimensional 'Teton' cuff by Native American artisan Elivira Bill. With intricate stampwork, inside and out, it is both beautifully traditional and strikingly modern. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia. 3-/8"W.
Slide 5: SOUTHWEST SKY RING
To have, to pass down, to treasure—our handcrafted 'Southwest Sky' sterling silver ring holds a large turquoise square, framed in a roped sterling bezel and as invitingly blue as Southwestern skies. Split-shank sterling silver band. USA. Exclusive. Whole sizes 5 to 9.
Slide 6: MEADOW FLOWER CUFF
Celebrated silversmith Charlie Favour drew upon his passion for Native American traditions to create this 'Meadow Flower' handstamped sterling silver cuff. Set with inlaid turquoise, it's bordered with roped sterling and lined with soft leather. Sterling silver end caps. USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia., 7/8"W, tapers to 1/2"W.
Slide 7: TURQUOISE SANTO DOMINGO PUEBLO NECKLACE
A handmade turquoise and shell necklace created using techniques passed down through generations and gifts from the earth—turquoise, penshell, spiny oyster shell and waxed sinew thread. Pueblo artist Alice Lovato handcrafted this heirloom-quality necklace exclusively for Sundance. USA. 38"L.
Slide 8: 1920S TURQUOISE & COIN SILVER CUFF
A graceful flourish and bead ball sterling frame an oval of turquoise. Flanked by two smaller turquoise ovals artfully framed with flourishes, it holds its own on a triple-split shank cuff fashioned from a coin silver ingot and forged by hand. Made in USA. One of a kind. 1-1/8" tapers to 3/8"W x 2-3/8" dia.
Slide 9: 1920S FOUR-STRAND SANTO DOMINGO NECKLACE
Four strands of hand-cut and drilled white olive shell heishi and tubular Mediterranean coral beads are accented with nuggets of Fox and Cerillos turquoise and vintage Mexican coins. Handcrafted in the twenties by an artisan of the Santo Domingo Pueblo, the necklace is hung with a sterling silver double cross finished with a crescent moon and representative of the traditional symbols of the Pueblo people. Sterling silver cones; hook and eye closure. Made in USA. One of a kind. Pendant measures 2"L. 24"L.
Slide 10: 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 11: NEW DIRECTIONS CUFF
Hand-stamped arrows, a symbol of strength and protection, circle this handcrafted cuff by the renowned Santa Fe silversmith, Buffalo. Hand forged of a coin silver ingot and cast in tufa stone, this is a piece whose simple beauty remains timeless. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/2" dia.
Slide 12: 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 13: BEAD BALL STERLING CUFF
The essence of timeless style—a sterling silver cuff of fine proportions, subtly dimensional and holding a graduated row of five sterling silver bead balls. Handcrafted in the USA by Dennis Hogan. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia.
Slide 14: 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 15: STERLING DIMENSIONS CUFF
A masterful take on overlay and stampwork by silversmith Jock Favour, this 'Sterling Dimensions' cuff bracelet can be worn with its intricately stamped and flared ends in front or at the back. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia., 5/8"W, tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 16: DESERT STAR CUFF
Raised rosettes shine like stars and hand-stamped scallops mimic desert breezes in this coin silver cuff by the Southwestern silversmith Buffalo. Hand forged with a gently undulating border, it was made in the USA exclusively for Sundance. 2-3/8" dia. 3/8"W.
Slide 17: 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 18: SILVER RADIANCE CUFF
Through repeated heating, hammering, shaping and stamping—all by hand, Buffalo, the renowned Santa Fe silversmith, has created a coin silver cuff both boldly sculptural and timeless. Inspired by the traditional style of the butterfly concha, the cuff features subtle scallops and hand-chiseled channels fanning out from the cuff's center. USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia. 1-/8" tapers to 5/8"W.
Slide 19: SAND HILLS STERLING CUFF
Rounded and expertly stamped with designs custom to the artist, this sterling silver cuff by the famed silversmith Buffalo evokes the rolling hills and ranch fences of Western prairies with scalloped and roped detailing. Made in the USA exclusively for Sundance. 2-1/2" dia. 5/16"W.
Slide 20: STERLING SONGLINES CUFF
The artist known as Buffalo has studied the Navajo craft of jewelry making for decades and draws upon his knowledge to create pieces that echo the traditions of the past and speak to the simplicity and art of modern taste. In this hand-forged and gently oxidized sterling silver cuff, he pairs hand-stamped sunbursts and scallops, meticulously pacing and placing them from tip to tip. Handcrafted in the USA exclusively for Sundance. 2-1/2" dia. 3/4"W.
Slide 21: ROYSTON RANGELANDS CUFF
Jesse Robbins, a celebrated Southwestern silversmith, has used simple, yet effective, hand-stamped designs, repoussé and bead ball detailing to create a graceful accompaniment to an oval of high-quality Royston turquoise. Hand forged of coin silver, this cuff was handcrafted by the artist in the USA. One-of-a-kind. 2-1/8" dia. 1" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 22: WESTERN RHYTHMS CUFF
Hand-stamped motifs set up a gentle rhythm on this cuff by Jesse Robbins, a protégé of Jock Favour and a celebrated silversmith in his own right. Starting with coin silver, Robbins cast the cuff in tufa stone and embellished it with his custom stamps, subtle repoussé and a center stone of Cheyenne turquoise. One-of-a-kind. USA. 2-1/8" dia. 3/8" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 23: AL SOMERS TURQUOISE CUFF
The late Southwestern silversmith Al Somers was celebrated for creating handcrafted jewelry that drew upon his diverse heritage of Apache, Blackfoot, French and Scottish. Here, in this sterling silver cuff, Somers balanced the shape and scale of three hand-selected turquoise stones with custom stampwork that mirrors the stones' shape. Accented with bead ball details, the cuff, like all of Somers' work, is a piece to treasure. One-of-a-kind. USA. 2-1/4" dia. 3/4" tapers to 3/8"W.
Slide 24: 1920S NAVAJO SQUASH BLOSSOM NECKLACE
A classic and beautifully executed example of the traditional Native American squash blossom necklace. Dating back to the twenties, this sterling silver necklace, aged to a rich patina, is made with hand-forged beads, known as Navajo pearls, and bears ten blossoms, each handcrafted, and a primitive, yet perfectly proportioned, Naja pendant with stamped rosette detailing. Traditional leather ties. USA. One-of-a-kind. 30"L. Naja 3-1/2"W x 2-1/2"L; blossoms 1-3/4"L.
Slide 25: 1970S GODBER TURQUOISE CUFF
Though this sterling silver cuff draws upon traditional Native American motifs and techniques, its modern simplicity and gently curved lines are indicative of its vintage. Set with four intricately webbed turquoise from Nevada's Godber Mine (also known as the Burnham Mine), it features balled and twisted wire sterling and a tapered split shank. USA. One-of-a-kind. 2-1/8"dia. 1" tapers to 3/8"W.
Slide 26: 1940S TURQUOISE WINDOWS CUFF
An array of skilled silverwork comes together in this vintage sterling silver cuff. With a triple split shank, stamped and scalloped sterling overlay and chiseled, triangular bars, it makes an attractive backdrop for a row of square-cut Nevada turquoise held in sterling bezels. USA. One-of-a-kind. 2-3/8" dia. 1" tapers to 5/8"W.
Slide 27: WESTERN RENAISSANCE CUFF
Rich with repousse and intricate hand-stamped designs, this sterling silver cuff, forged from a silver ingot, is a fine representation of the skilled artistry of the master silversmith known as Buffalo. One of a kind, it features a hand-selected Fox Mountain turquoise with unique matrix and beautiful color. Made in the USA. 2-3/8" dia. Approx. 1-1/2" tapers to 1"W.
Slide 28: ITHACA PEAK TURQUOISE CUFF
Set with turquoise from Arizona's Ithaca Peak Mine, prized for its rich blues and intricate matrix, this one-of-a-kind cuff by Jesse Robins, shows off his artful repousse and custom stamp work. Forged from coin silver and hammered by hand. Made in the USA. 2-1/8" dia. 1/2" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 29: TRADEWINDS KINGMAN CUFF
Handcrafted exclusively for Sundance by the artist known as Buffalo, this one-of-a-kind cuff, cast from a sterling silver ingot, bears custom stampwork. At the center, a hand-selected turquoise from the famed Kingman Mine rises from a sterling bezel. USA. 2-1/4" dia. 1-1/2"W.
Slide 30: 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 31: 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, 2-3/4" drop.
Slide 32: 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 33: 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 34: THREE CLOUDS STERLING CUFF
A sterling cuff makes an excellent stage for the skills of the Southwestern artist known as Buffalo. Casting and forging the cuff by hand, he embellishes clouds of sterling with scalloped stamp work, setting them in the center of three-dimensional bands, repeating the stamped scallop motif to beautiful effect. Made in USA. 2-3/8" dia.; 1/2" at widest point.
Slide 35: 1960S CONCHA BELT
Stamp work, overlay, rare turquoise and unique hand-cut designs convene in this collector's concha belt. Dating back to the sixties, it holds seven oval conchas and seven butterfly conchas, each hammered and stamped by the hands of Native American artisans. Set with 22 turquoise from the now closed Morenci mine and fashioned with supple leather worn and weathered by the years, this belt is a true work of art. 2-5/8" x 2-1/4" ovals; 2-1/8" x 1" bowties; 34" to 36"L.
Slide 36: 1950S LONE MOUNTAIN HORSESHOE CUFF
Sterling silver horseshoes, placed on open bars, link up with an oval centerpiece, framed in twisted wire and sterling bead balls. Set with 13 turquoise from Nevada's Lone Mountain mine, this hand-stamped, vintage cuff pays homage to the West and the skill of its maker. Made in USA and one-of-a-kind. 2-1/2" dia.; 1-3/8" tapers to 5/8"W.
Slide 37: 1950S NEVADA TURQUOISE CUFF
Taking its cue from the designs found in serapes and Native American rugs, this hand-stamped sterling silver cuff from the fifties is embellished all around with a bold, repeating pattern and holds three intricately webbed Nevada turquoise in sawtooth bezels. Made in USA and one-of-a-kind 2-2/2" dia.; 1-1/8"W.
Slide 38: 1940S BISBEE TURQUOISE CUFF
A beautiful example of inventive stamp work, this vintage sterling silver cuff bears an oval of highly collectible turquoise from Arizona's now closed Bisbee mine. The stone is surrounded with flourishes of overlaid sterling and repeated hand-stamped designs and repoussé. Made in USA and one-of-a-kind. 2-3/8" dia.; 1-3/8"W.
Slide 39: ANCIENT RHYTHMS STERLING CUFF
Hand hammered from a sterling silver ingot, this one-of-a-kind cuff by the Santa Fe silversmith Buffalo is rich with the artist's custom stamp work and embossed, raised designs, achieved through a labor-intensive process known as repoussé. Made in USA. Exclusive. 2-1/2" dia.; 7/8"W.
Slide 40: SWIFT ARROW CUFF
Using stamps of his own design, the Santa Fe silversmith known only as Buffalo has embellished this one-of-a-kind sterling silver cuff with arrows, feathers and scalloped crescents. Set with a natural American turquoise, it's an enduring and artful example of Buffalo's mastery of traditional jewelry-making technique. Made in USA. 2-1/2" dia., 1"W.
Slide 41: TURQUOISE LADDER CUFF
Arizona silversmith Jock Favour draws upon his years studying traditional Native American jewelry making techniques to create pieces that are at once classic and modern, like this one-of-a-kind cuff. Through repeated heating and hammering of a coin silver ingot, obtained by melting pre-1965 American or Mexican coins, Favour hand-forged the cuff, setting it with ovals and rounds of Apache turquoise and arranging the colors in an eye-catching pattern. Made in USA. 2-1/2" dia.; 1/2" tapers to 1/4"W.
Slide 42: 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.
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: 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 45: POWER & GRACE STERLING CUFF
Hand forged and hammered, this stunning sterling silver cuff by renowned silversmith Buffalo bears classic motifs and repoussé, including rosettes and the thunderbird, a time-honored symbol of power. USA. Exclusive. 7/8"W, 2-1/4" dia.
Slide 46: 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 47: SUNBURST CUFF
Repoussé and stamps of the artist's own design—from a fringed diamond surrounding a sunburst to artful berries and leaves—circle a hand-forged sterling silver cuff, created by New Mexican artist and silversmith Joe Eby. Made in USA. Exclusive. 1/2" tapers to 1/4"W. 2-3/8" dia.
Slide 48: TEARDROP TURQUOISE CUFF
Handcrafted by Jesse Robbins, an Arizona artist whose time as an archeologist in the Southwest has honed his knowledge of ancient traditions and crafts, this one-of-a-kind sterling silver cuff showcases a domed turquoise from Nevada's Cheyenne mine flanked by gently curved, repoussé teardrops and hand-stamped crescent moons and scallops. Made in USA. Exclusive. 7/8" tapers to 5/8"W. 2-1/4" dia.
Slide 49: BISBEE TURQUOISE CUFF
A stunning example of the exceptional craftsmanship of the late Southwestern artist Al Somers, this sterling silver cuff, forged from a single ingot, is bordered with roped detailing and circled with diamond-shaped repoussé work and the highest grade turquoise from Arizona's Bisbee mines. Made in USA. One-of-a-kind. 5/8" tapers to 3/8"W. 2-3/8"dia.
Slide 50: TURQUOISE TRINITY RING
Bracketed with sterling beads, turquoise blazes blue on a wide sterling silver band by Dennis Hogan. USA. Exclusive. Whole sizes 5 to 9.
Slide 51: 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 52: NEW DIRECTIONS KETOH BRACELET
Southwestern artist Buffalo reinvents the traditional ketoh leather bracelet, once used to guard the wrists of warriors, embellishing it with turquoise and handstamped sterling silver. Sterling buckle/studs. USA. Exclusive. Fits 6-1/4" to 7" wrists, front 1-7/8"W.
Slide 53: STAMPED MOROCCAN CUFF
Inspired by the patterns he saw on a recent trip to Morocco, Navajo-trained Arizona silversmith Jock Favour gave Eastern design a Southwestern interpretation in this exquisitely wrought, one-of-a-kind cuff. It's hand forged in coin silver, obtained by melting down pre-1965 American and Mexican coins, using traditional techniques, including a handstamped rope edge and lozenge-shaped repoussé on both sides. Cuff bracelet made in USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia. 1-3/8" tapers to 1"W.
Slide 54: 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 55: 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 56: KINGMAN CROSS RING
Renowned artists Benny and Valerie Aldrich handmade this roped sterling silver ring, crowning it with a cross inlaid with opal, sugilite, orange spiny oyster and turquoise from the famed Kingman and Orvil Jack mines. USA. Exclusive. Whole sizes 5 to 9.
Slide 57: TRIPLE ARROW STERLING CUFF
Handmade exclusively for Sundance by Santa Fe silversmith Buffalo, this striking bracelet is nicely scaled for a woman to wear. Working from a sterling silver ingot, Buffalo hand forges the "three wire" cuff using traditional Navajo techniques. The classic arrowhead design is hand stamped with stamps handmade by the artist. Oxidized brushed finish will grow more beautiful with time and wear. USA. 2-1/2" dia. 1/2"W.
Slide 58: 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 2"W x 1-1/2"L. 31-1/"L.
Slide 59: THREE CROSSES NECKLACE
Three pueblo crosses, hand forged and handstamped with traditional motifs, dangle from a sterling silver necklace made exclusively for Sundance by skilled silversmith Joe Eby. Sterling hook closure. USA. Exclusive. 25"L, 3" drop.