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A fine selection of vintage and contemporary

Navajo and Pueblo cross necklaces and individual crosses

in silver, copper and brass

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A Laguna Pueblo, NM silver cross pendant and antique

glass trade bead rosary-style necklace, c.1990’s



The necklace is 18 1/2” in length top to bottom measured flat, 31” in circumference, weight is 88 grams or 3 1/8 ounces. Pedestal-style silver cross pendant made by renowned Laguna Pueblo silversmith, Greg Lewis, and is signed on the back with his arrowhead hallmark. excellent original condition.



Price $750

A very finely-crafted vintage Navajo tufa-cast silver and Bisbee turquoise cross on a thick, braided Sterling silver chain, c.1940’s-50’s



A piece of exceptional quality which might have originally been made as a special gift for an Archbishop, Priest or Nun. Cross measures 2 1/2” in height including bail and is 1 1/2” in width. Cross weighs 20 grams or 5/8 ounce, chain is 1/8” in diameter and weighs 13 grams or 1/2 ounce. Necklace is 14” in length top to bottom measured flat, 23 1/2” in circumference and weighs 33 grams or 1 1/8 ounces. Very fine high-grade Bisbee turquoise stone. Chain is quality marked “Sterling.” Excellent original condition.



Price $795

A vintage Navajo silver and turquoise chip-inlay

cross on a silver link chain, c.1950’s



A very sweet and delicate piece. The necklace is 10” in length top to bottom measured flat,

15 1/2” circumference, weight 7 grams or 1/4 ounce. Excellent original condition



Price $195


A Laguna Pueblo, NM silver and antique glass trade bead necklace

with a copper “dragonfly”-style cross pendant, c.1990’s



The necklace is 16 1/2” in length top to bottom measured flat, circumference is 28”, weight is 103 grams or 3 5/8 ounces. Copper “Dragonfly”-style double-barred cross pendant made by famed Laguna Pueblo silversmith, Greg Lewis, and is signed on the back with his arrowhead hallmark. The necklace is finished with a finely handmade “Pueblo”-style cotton wrap. Excellent original condition.



Price $925

A lovely vintage Navajo silver bead and cross

pendant necklace, circa 1960’s-70’s



The necklace is 14 1/2” in length top to bottom measured flat, 23” in circumference, weight is 53 grams or 1 7/8 ounces. The large silver pendant/pin measures 3” in length and 2” in width and weighs 13 grams or 1/2 ounce. The pendant is removable and can also be worn separately as a pin. The cross pendant is signed “LM” on the reverse, possibly for Navajo silversmith, Linda Marble, and is also marked “Sterling.” Necklace contains 80 silver “Navajo Pearl” style beads, 1/4” in diameter. This is really three different pieces of jewelry in one; a silver cross necklace, a “Navajo Pearls” silver bead necklace and a pendant or pin! Excellent original condition.



Price $875