Authentic Santo Domingo Pueblo Olive Shell Fish Necklace

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James Coriz Authentic Santo Domingo Pueblo
3
-Strand Fish Necklace
HK Item #HN517

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Santo Domingo Olive Shell Fish Necklace

Three strands of James Coriz's beautiful Orange Tip Olive shell fish.

The fish are set apart with gorgeous olive shell heishi and 21 Turquoise nuggets.

Length
25 inches end to end
Materials
Artists
James and Doris Coriz,
Santo Domingo Pueblo

Santo Domingo Olive Shell Fish Necklace

Santo Domingo Olive Shell Fish Necklace

Olive shell heishi, along with
sterling silver beads and cones finish off the ends.

James Coriz - Santo Domingo Pueblo
3-Strand Olive Shell Fish Necklace
HN517 (ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

$180 SOLD

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The wonderful orange of the olive shells gives a great accent to the mouths of the fish.

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Santo Domingo Pueblo artists are famous for their skill in making hand rolled and cut beads known as heishi. Made from shell, turquoise, and other stones, they are painstakingly cut by hand into delicate beads and strung on necklaces.

Santo Domingo Puebo artists James and Doris CorizJames Del Coriz and Dolorita G. Coriz of Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico make jewelry in the traditional Santo Domingo way and use excellent Kingman and Sleeping Beauty Turquoise. The beads are hand cut and turned and show excellent character and workmanship. Read more about the artists...

Olive Shell

Olive Shell is a tropical snail. Read more about shells and stones.

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