Native American Navajo Indian Silver and Turquoise Watchband
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Navajo Silver and Turquoise
Vintage Navajo Watchband

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Hand made Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver  Turquoise  Coral Watch

Timex wind-up watch is ticking.

Hand made Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver  Turquoise  Coral Watch

We think the leaves and spirals
are 12 Karat Gold Filled.

Hand made Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver  Turquoise  Coral Watch

Size
Medium Large
(expandable, twistable)
Width  

5/8" band
Panels are 1" x 1 3/4"

Material
3 Turquoise Stones, one
coral stone (unsure of the clear stones)
Weight
68 grams
Hallmark

STERLING
B

Artist
Unknown
Origin
See below

Hand made Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver  Turquoise  Coral Watch

3 Turquoise Stones, one
coral stone (unsure of the clear stones)
.

Hand made Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver  Turquoise  Coral Watch

Hand made Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver  Turquoise  Coral Watch

Hand made Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver  Turquoise  Coral Watch

After researching this hallmark in "Hallmarks of the Southwest" by Barton Wright, we think this might be by Billy Slim.

Vintage Navajo Watch - C

$100
SOLD

 

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We recently purchase a vintage Native American collection from an acquaintance who had inherited his grandmother's jewelry. To the best of his knowledge, his grandmother acquired the pieces in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s from Navajo, Zuni and Pueblo artists in Arizona and New Mexico and from local Native American jewelry dealers in California.

We have found many artists’ hallmarks on the items and recognize the work of a number of artists. On others we will provide all of the information we can and welcome questions. Some of the items were obvious favorites and were worn often and have a warm patina while others were treasured, collected, stored in a drawer, and look almost new. As we list these pieces, we will differentiate between them and our new Native American jewelry by using a different color page and by calling these "Pawn" even though they technically are not Pawn, but that is often a word used to describe pre-owned vintage Native American jewelry. Read more about Indian Pawn.

We will list each of these items in their appropriate category (such as bolos or bracelets) as well as in a special section in our Pawn Shop.

If you have any questions, please contact Paula at . She would also welcome any information you might have about any of the artists or pieces. Thank you !


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