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Stanley Bain - Navajo Sterling Silver
Turquoise Chip Inlay Roadrunner Pin
HK Item #NPN741

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Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver and Turquoise Roadrunner  pin

Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver and Turquoise Roadrunner  pin

Size
1 1/2" long
Material
Turquoise, Read about stones
Sterling Silver, Read about silver
Hallmarks
Artist's mark
Sterling
Artist
Stanley Bain, Navajo

 

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Stanley Bain
Navajo Sterling Silver

Turquoise Chip Inlay
Roadrunner Pin
NPN741-A
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Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver and Turquoise Roadrunner  pin

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Road Runner Medicine

Road Runner is a large black and white mottled bird with strong feet, a long tail and an over sized bill. It can run up to 18 miles per hour but can only fly for a few seconds at a time. Road Runner has a clownish gait when running or walking and reminds us to laugh at ourselves and not take things too seriously. Road Runner is one of the few birds quick enough to kill a rattlesnake and he teaches mental sharpness, quick thinking and fast responses and reflexes - knowing when to act quickly and efficiently when ideas and opportunities appear.

What is Chip Inlay?

Chip inlay is a method where cavities in jewelry are filled with a mixture of crushed stone, typically turquoise and coral, and epoxy resin. The piece is then polished smooth after the resin has hardened. Navajo Tommy Singer is credited for first using chip inlay in Native American jewelry.

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