Authentic Native American Indian Style Raven Necklace Set

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Horsekeeping LLC Native American Pawn Raven Necklace and Earrings Set
HK Item #NP132

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  Hand made Jet and Turquoise Raven  Necklace and Earrings Set 

A wonderful hand carved vintage
Native American style raven fetish set.

Hand made Jet and Turquoise Raven  Necklace and Earrings Set

Earrings are 1 3/4" long including the earwires;
The birds are 1 1/2" long from beak to tail.

Materials
Sterling Silver, Turquoise, Acoma Jet
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Necklace
Necklace is 25 1/2" long;
Four side ravens are 2" long;
center raven 2 1/2" wide x 2 1/8" tall
Earrings

1 3/4" long including earwires;
Ravens 1 1/2" from beak to tail

Artist
We think this set was carved by Matt Mitchell, who is non-Native American but considered one of the best carvers in New Mexico.

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Hand made Jet and Turquoise Raven  Necklace and Earrings Set

Necklace is 25 1/2" long end to end.
It has four 2" long ravens ( two on each side)
and one center drop raven with open wings that measure 2 1/2"; body length measures 2 1/8".

Hand made Jet and Turquoise Raven  Necklace and Earrings Set

There is turquoise heishi interspersed with jet heishi.
The eyes are turquoise inlay.

 

Vintage Sterling Silver, Jet, Turquoise
Raven Necklace and Earrings Set

#
N132-QB

$75 SOLD

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We recently purchased items from the personal Native American jewelry collection of a Lumbee-Cheraw woman. The Lumbee-Cheraw tribe is from North Carolina. She received these pieces from 1989-2002 as gifts for various accomplishments such as scholarship, graduation and promotions. Some pieces are from that era and some are from much earlier - the 1960s and 70s. She understood that all of the pieces were Native American made and were Sterling Silver. She provided us with a few artists' names. Others we recognized and researched using our experience and our Native American references. As always, we will tell you as much as we know for certain and suggest possible artists when the artist is unknown. Enjoy browsing this varied and beautiful group.

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