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Specializing in Hopi Indian Jewelry, Hopi Jewelry, Hopi silver, Hopi silver jewelry, Hopi silver overlay jewelry including Hopi buckles and Hopi Bolo ties.

Hopi Pins & Pin/Pendants   Hopi jewelry, Hopi silver jewelry Hopi Indian jewelry, Hopi crafts

96180061 Hopi Pendant

This cast pin/pendant of a Maiden with corn and butterfly symbols on her tableta, along with pieces of Bisbee and Kingman turquoise, comes to us from Hopi Silversmith, Gerald Lomaventema.  The piece measures 1 5/8 by 2 5/8 inches.  Gerald's hallmark, a Bear Paw, his Clan symbol is stamped on the reverse side.
961-80061                                                                  $1,500.00

Also by Silversmith, Weaver Selina is this feather shaped pin featuring rain, lightning and prayer feather designs.  It carries a bright satin finish and measures 3/4 by 2 5/8 inches.  Weaver's hallmark and clan symbol, the Rising Sun is stamped on the reverse side.
961-80032                                                                  $295.00

96180032 Hopi Pin
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A storm cloud appears on the back of this swimming frog pin/pendant nicely crafted by Trinidad Lucas.  It carries a satin-finish and measures 1 1/2 by 1 5/8 inches.  Trini's hallmark, TLd inside of a bear, her clan symbol is stamped on the reverse side.
961-00022                  $180.00

This lovely butterfly pin with water and prayer feather designs has a bright satin finish, measures 1 1/4 by 1 3/4 inches and carries on the back, the Rising Sun hallmark of Silversmith, Weaver Selina.
961-80035                                      $275.00

96180035 Hopi Pin

Hopi Pendants and Chokers

96180047 Hopi Pendant

This lovely pendant comes to us from Hopi Silversmith, Clinessia Lucas.  In Clinessia's own words, she describes the design: "Hopi Eagle Messenger Pendant...the Eagle has always been a messenger for the Hopi people.  The Healing Hand is representing the life of man that has the ability to work and talk with the Eagles as we need them in our everyday lives to carry our prayers, blessings and spirits to the heavens, which sends us the moisture to irrigate our crops and plantings."   This piece measures 1 inch by 1 3/4 inches from the top of the bale to the bottom.  Clinessia's hallmark, a Bear Paw and Corn Stalk is stamped on the reverse side.
961-80047                                                                  $300.00

This one piece Hopi choker by Silversmith, Merle Namoki, features Eagle, who soars closest to the Sun, carrying messages from the Hopi, to their Father for blessings and harmony.  It measures 3 1/2 inches (eye ring to eye ring) and 2 inches wide from the top of the eagle's head to the bottom of the tail feathers, across a very large piece of Gold Canyon turquoise.  It is suspended from six inches of handmade chain and carries Merle's hallmark on the reverse side.
961-50020                                             $1,200.00

96180071 Hopi Pendant

A lovely, simply designed pendant with a large migration symbol in the center, comes to us from Hopi Silversmith, Ramon Dalangyawma.  It is highly polished and measures 3/4 of an inch wide by 1 1/4 inches from the top of the loop to the bottom.  It is suspended from an 18 inch sterling silver chain.  Because Ramon likes to use heary gauge silver, it is worth mentioning that this piece is 1/8 of an inch thick.  Ramon's last name is stamped on the reverse side.
961-80071                                      $75.00

96150020 Hopi Choker

Beautifully crafted by Silversmith, Weaver Selina, this highly polished, arrowhead shaped pendant with a prayer shrine in the center measures 3/4 of an inch at its widest part by 1 3/8 inches from the top of the bale to the bottom.  Weaver's Rising Sun hallmark is stamped on the reverse side.
961-60008                                   $110.00

Silversmith/Goldsmith Watson Honanie honors the Salako on this silver and gold overlay pendant.  The figure and the bale are both done in 14 K gold.  It measures 1 1/8 by 1 1/2 inches from the top of the bale to the bottom of the oval.  Watson's hallmark, the Bear Paw with Friendship Marks in the pad is stamped on the reverse side.
Pictured here the piece is suspended from a 24 inch sterling silver handmade chain by Silversmith, Loren Kootswatewa.
961-80011                                                     $500.00
Handmade Chain                                         $  80.00

96180011 Hopi Pendant
96160104 Hopi Pendant

Remembering the beauty of a single snowflake in the midst of the piles of snow surrounding many of us during the Winter season may be difficult.  This beautiful pendant by Hopi Silversmith, Ramon Dalangyawma is a gentle reminder.  This highly polished piece measures 1 1/2 by 1 3/4 inches from the top of the bale to the bottom point.  Ramon's last name is his hallmark and is stamped on the reverse side.
961-60104                                                                         $145.00

Tawa the Father Sun is the central figure on this piece by Silversmith, Chris Mansfield.  Tawa looks over all living things including the birds of the skies, like this parrot attached to the bottom of the piece.  One legend of the parrot credits it with bringing color into the world.  Another says that parrots acted as early "watch dogs" for the tribes, alerting them to intruders.  This highly polished pendant measures 1 inch by 1 5/8 inches and has Chris initials stamped on the reverse side.
961-60080                                                            $150.00

96160080 Hopi Pendant
96160069 Hopi Pendant

A Big Horned Ram with a heart-line of  lightning is featured on this highly polished pendant by Silversmith, Chris Mansfield.  It measures 1 by 1 5/8 inches and has Chris' initials on the reverse side.  Chris' "critters" are uniquely identifiable as his work!
961-60069                              $130.00

This highly polished pendant featuring a piece of Lapis has clouds and whirlwind designs, is suspended from an 24 inch sterling silver chain, measures 5/8 by 1 3/4 inches and is 1/8 of an inch thick.  A substantial piece, slightly concave in structure and carries Silversmith, Duane Tawahongva's initals DT on the reverse side.
961-00160                                   $275.00

Hopi Silversmith, Trinidad Lucas as created this beautiful tufa cast pendant honoring the butterfly.  In the wings is a bean sprout and cloud and rain designs.  (For those unfamiliar with the process of casting, tufa is a volcanic, porous and finely textured stone.  The artist carves the design into a stone mold and pours the molten silver into it.)  This piece measures 2 3/8 by 2 1/4 inches and carries Trini's hallmark, TLd inside of a bear, her clan symbol on the back, which is not cast. 
961-60108                                                                             $500.00

96160108 Hopi Pendant
96170062 Hopi Pendant
96140097 Hopi Pendant
96150147 Hopi Pendant

This satin-finished pendant features the Flute Priest, the Path of Life design and prayer feathers.  It measures 1/2 by 2 inches from the top of the bale to the bottom.  Artfully created by Silversmith, Duane Tawahongva and carries his DT hallmark on the reverse side.  Shown here, the piece is suspended from a 24 inch handmade silver chain by Loren Kootswatewa.  Pieces may be sold separately.
961-70062                                                             $150.00
Handmade Chain                                                  $  80.00

The Waterbird design is the unique creation of Hopi Silversmith, Weaver Selina.  Another water symbol, the tadpole has been added to this teardrop-shaped, satin finished pendant.  It measures 3/4 by 1 3/4 inches and is suspended from an 18 inch sterling silver chain.  Weaver's, Rising Sun hallmark is stamped on the reverse side.
961-40097                                           $135.00

A village scene with corn growing and prayer feathers all under the watchful eye of Tawa, the Father Sun appear on this highly polished pendant by Silversmith, Chris Mansfield.  It measures 3/4 of an inch wide by 1 3/8 inches from the top of the bale to the bottom.  Chris' initials are his hallmark and appear on the reverse side.
Shown here, the piece is suspended from a 24 inch handmade silver chain by Silversmith, Loren Kootswatewa.
961-50147                                           $70.00
Handmade Chain                                $80.00

A village scene appears on this satin-finished Hopi pendant by Trinidad Lucas.  It measures 3/4 by 1 1/4 inches and is suspended from a 20 inch sterling silver chain.  Trini's TLd hallmark is stamped on the reverse side.
961-00172          $120.00

This polished arrowhead pendant with clouds, migration and prayer feathers designs was created by Silversmith, Duane Tawahongva.  It measures 3/4 of an inch at its widest by 1 1/4 inches from the top of the bale to the point.  Duane's initials are stamped on the reverse side.  Shown here, the piece is suspended from a 24 inch handmade chain by Silversmith, Loren Kootswatewa.
961-70064                               $125.00
Handmade Chain                    $  80.00

This small, highly polished turtle pendant with friendship marks on its shell was created by Silversmith, Merle Namoki.  It measures 1/2 of an inch wide by 1 1/8 inches from the top of the bale to the bottom.  Merle's hallmark, the Sun's Forehead is stamped on the reverse side.
961-60011                            $90.00

96180046 Hopi Pendant

Young Hopi Silversmith, Clinessia Lucas created this frog pendant and describes the design: "The Frog, the Hopi Rain Cloud, prayer feathers and water jug are bringing moisture for the corn stalks, our plantings."  This piece is highly polished and measures 3/4 by 1 7/8 inches and has Clinessia's hallmark stamped on the reverse side.
961-80046                                                           $150.00

96160008 Hopi Pendant
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96170064 Hopi Pendant
96160011 Hopi Pendant

To the clans, deer and elk are sacred animals. When they are killed, they are giving the gift of life to the people, thus the animal is dressed out in a Hopi way with turquoise necklace and kilt and treated as a person would be treated in death.  It is prayed over and the meat is divided throughout the family.  It represents the coming together of all peoples, being happy and staying strong together.  Featured here is an elk surrounded by prayer feathers, Tawa, the Father Sun, clouds and rain.  Expertly crafted by Hopi Silversmith, Chris Mansfield, this highly polished piece measures 1 by 1 5/8 inches and carries Chris' initials on the reverse side. 
961-60071                                                                       $130.00
 

96160071 Hopi Pendant
96180049 Hopi Pendant

This intricately designed pendant was created by Hopi Silversmith, Clinessia Lucas.  She calls the piece "Mimbres Seasonal Designs: and describes the design as follows:  "Rain clouds with ten deer on the migration symbol with flower, migrating for moisture and beauty for our planet and the season years we have as Hopi's.  They are traveling day and night, as you see the stars on the tops of the deer."  This piece measures 1 3/8 by 2 1/8 and carries Clinessia's hallmark,  a Bear Paw and corn stalk on the reverse side. NOTE:  This piece is featured in our Southwest Traditions ad in the latest edition of the National Museum of the American Indian Magazine.
961-80049                                                                                 $300.00

96150142 Hopi Pendant

Prayer shrines are often seen around Hopi...groups of feathers on sticks in the ground or on a mound.   The feathers of birds, who fly close to Tawa, Father Sun carry the prayers of the people to him.  In the case of prayer shrines, the wind also aids in this task.  This highly polished pendant by Silversmith, Chris Mansfield shows a prayer shrine with Father Sun looking on.  It measures 3/4 by 1 3/8 inches and is shown here suspended from a 24 inch Hopi  handmade small link chain, expertly crafted by Hopi Silversmith, Loren Kootswatewa.  Chris' initials are etched on the reverse side.
961-50142                                           $70.00
Handmade Hopi Chain                       $80.00

This satin-finished pendant by Trinidad Lucas features the Path of Life symbol and corn, a staple of life for the Hopis.  It measures 7/16 of an inch wide by 1 3/8 inches from the top of the loop to the bottom of the piece.  It is suspended from a 24 inch sterling silver chain.  Trini's hallmark, TLd is stamped on the reverse side.
960-90073                                       $100.00

96090073 Hopi Pendants
96150021 Hopi Choker

A lovely piece of Red Mountain Turquois is the centerpiece of this three piece choker by Silversmith, Merle Namoki.  Surrounding the turquoise are designs of a Flute Priest, Prayer Shrine, Corn Stalk and Lightning.  The side pieces feature designs for clouds and water...this piece is all about praying for the moisture to bring the crops to life.  The centerpiece measures 1 1/4 inches wide and tapers down to 1/8 of an inche at the eye rings.  Six inches of hand made chain is connected to each ring.  Merle's hallmark, the Rising Sun is stamped on the reverse side.  A very powerful, beautiful and prayer-full piece!
961-50021                                                                 $1,000.00

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