1940 Zuni Sun Face Turquoise Spiny Oyster Jet MOP Pin

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 27,2006
  • Channel: Online Auction
is one of a rare group of classic old Zuni Inlay channel work and stone to stone pieces of jewelry. I am selling these along with some nice ealry navaho silver treasures. This one is an early Zuni Channel work piece with jet obsidian , spiny oyster , mother of pearl and some wonderful strong blue turquoise with great patina. Unsigned and a wonderful example of ealry Zuni inlay work in very good condition. It measures approximately 1 3/8" wide by 1 1/8" high. So if you like John Gordon Leak , Leo Poblano and other old master Zuni silversmiths ....... TAKE A LOOK as t are some ingot , coin silver , drawn wire , sheet and many one of a kind items. If you have any questions, please let me know. Happy to answer them and send large pictrues to you. I have attempted to describe the items to the best of my ability, so take a look and decide for yourself. But, if you have any questions or want to see any of these up close...happy to send pictures. I have a nice collection of Southwestern books and photographs , so please if looking for anything special, please email me at Please look at my other current auctions as I have a large group of interesting views up for sale and a large collection so if looking for anything special, please feel free to contact me.. Winner pays $6.99 shipping and $1.30 insurance per $50.00 valuation if desired. I will not be responsible for uninsured items due to the few that are lost or damaged in the mail. It is a small cost to insure your items safety and delivery to the final destination. I accept U.S.P.S. money orders, checks, cash and PayPal. Good hunting and thank you for viewing this inteesting item. Please bookmark my sales for a wide variety of unusual goodies

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