Each piece of Native American Indian Jewelry is
hand made and unique. - Authenticity
We only have one of each item pictured - it will sell
to the first person who sends payment.
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The pendant comes with a 5 strand turquoise heishi and liquid silver necklace that is adjustable from 16-18" and fastens with a lobster claw clasp. Although you probably can't see it, there are two turquoise beads missing.
and earrings are the same
The earrings are made up of 9 stones set in smooth bezels, stamped "Sterling" on the back. They are 1" x 1" Beautiful work. 1 3/4" long including the earwires.
The weight of the entire set is 96 grams.
The bracelet and ring together weigh 51 grams.
earrings and pendant are very heavy
The pendant has a swinging bail.
The widest portion of the bracelet is 2".
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""We've grouped these pieces together because they have the same turquoise stones in them. A pale aqua, that is greenish blue with golden brown matrix in it. We are not sure what mine these stones came from. All stones are set with smooth bezels and the work is extremely nice.The former owner received it as a set. We are offering it for sale in a variety of combinations."
The style of the unique bracelet is very artsy and it is extremely comfortable to wear. It is a medium size that would fit approximately a 7" wrist and could be adjusted down or up from that. It measures 5 7/8" from end to end inside and has a 1" gap.
The ring is size 7 and is marked 925 (the designation for sterling silver) and FAS. The rectangular stone is set in a smooth bezel and measures 1/2" x 3/8".
There is one or two hallmarks on the edge of the bracelet but they are not readable.
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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