Iule Zuni Sterling Silver Cross Pendant

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Cecilia Iule - Zuni Sterling Silver
Coral Cross Pendant
HK Item #NPC645

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Native American Zuni Sterling Silver Coral Cross Pendant

Materials
Coral, Read about stones
Sterling Silver, Read about silver
Size
2 " tall x 1 3/8" wide
Hallmarks
C. Iule
Artist
Cecilia Iule, Zuni

 

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Cecilia Iule - Zuni Sterling Silver
Coral Cross Pendant

NPC645 - $73 SOLD

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Paula says - "Substantial sterling silver cross with six coral pieces and stamped pattern."

Native American Zuni Sterling Silver Coral Cross Pendant

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Cecilia is the daughter of the late Horace Iule (1901-1978) who was well known for his crosses. Horace worked with his wife Lupe Iule, who was from San Felipe Pueblo. They were married in 1933, and had six children: Ruby, Lupe, Cecilia, Robert, Barney, and Phillip. Cecilia continues in her fathers tradition with the crosses.

Coral, Red Coral (also called Red Branch Coral)
Red Coral is the common name given to Corallium Rubrum and several related species of marine coral. Red coral is a collection of hundreds of tiny animals living together in a colonies that resemble small leafless bushes growing on dark, rocky seabottom. The coral skeleton is composed hard calcium carbonate, colored in shades of red from pale pink to deep red. It can be semi-translucent to opaque. It is naturally matte, but can be polished to a glassy shine. Red coral is frequently dyed to enhance color and it can also be impregnated with resins or epoxies to fill surface fissures and flaws.

Coral jewelry has been found in ancient Egyptian and prehistoric European burials. The Romans believed coral could protect children from harm, as well as cure bites from snakes and scorpions and diagnose diseases by changing colour. Read more about stones

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