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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 Concho Belt

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Pictured here (coiled and a close up of two of the conchos) is an old Hopi Concho Belt  created by Hopi Silversmith, Steven Sockyma while he was working at Hopi Crafts (sometime in the 1970s).  It carries both his hallmark and that of Hopi Crafts.  Tawa the Sun appears on the 8 conchos, which measure 2 by 4 inches on a black 51" leather belt that is 2 inches wide.  The rays of the sun are actually prayer feathers.  Each concho carries a high polish and as mentioned above, Steven Sockyma's initials on the reverse side.
961-30000                        $4,800.00

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Tawa, the Father Sun is featured on this highly polished concho belt by the late Sidney Sekakuku, Jr.  Sidney was known for the exquisite workmanship on his concho belts...this one created when he worked at the Hopi Silvercraft Guild in the 1970s.  Although this piece was previously owned, it is obvious that it has never been worn.  It measures 43 inches long by 1 7/8 inches wide, with 10 conchos that measure 2 3/8 inches in diameter and a 2 3/4 by 4 inch buckle.  Sidney's hallmark, an Antelope track and the Sunface hallmark of the Guild are stamped on the reverse side.  Beautiful!
962-20072                                                                                                                                            $3,000.00

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Native American Items

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This necklace featuring one main frog surrounded by two swimming turtles and Sleeping Beauty turquoise was created by Yavapai-Apache Silversmith, Jerry Whagado.  The main frog measures 3/4 of an inch wide.  The frog and turtle trio is 3 1/2 inches long and is suspended from 10 inches of a very unique and nicely crafted handmade sterling silver chain.  Jerry lived some of his early life at Hopi, where he learned silversmithing.  He also became a teaching assistant to Michael Kabotie and Richard Tsosie at the Idyllwild Center for the Arts in California.  Upon returning to his homeland, he incorporated his native heritage into his designs.
961-90053                                         $800.00

This older Navajo made bolo appears to be the work of  Jimmie Long, although we cannot be certain.  Sadly, the lovely piece of turquoise on this bolo does have a crack in it.  The pendant measures 1 1/4 inches at the widest part by 1 1/2 inches, with the cord measuring 36 inches tip to tip.  This might be the perfect "starter" piece for a young, aspiring collector of Native Art.
962-10099                                                                   $75.00

Bolo Hallmark
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Close up of the trio!

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