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Late 1800's Ingot Silver Earrings

Pueblo Indian

About The Late 1800's Ingot Silver Earrings

"The Sisters" reveal their Spanish Colonial influence at a glance.  Fabricated, using coin silver ingot-drawn wire and hammer-stretched sheet, the artist spared no detail.

Each bezel is cut with a decorative edge.  Curved wire work flanks the central body with its triangular turquoise stone--one of four deep blue to green in each pendant.  

Flattened wire twists and a miniature squash blossom suspend from each earring like fringe from the hem of a skirt.

Savvy Price $3,400.00

Gallery Price $3,800.00

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"The Sisters" reveal their Spanish Colonial influence at a glance.  Fabricated, using coin silver ingot-drawn wire and hammer-stretched sheet, the artist spared no detail.

Each bezel is cut with a decorative edge.  Curved wire work flanks the central body with its triangular turquoise stone--one of four deep blue to green in each pendant.  

Flattened wire twists and a miniature squash blossom suspend from each earring like fringe from the hem of a skirt.

About the Artist references any article made by an American Indian residing in the area currently occupied by Pueblo tribes in New Mexico.
Medium Ingot silver and natural turquoise
Size 2 1/4" length X 11/16" X 13/16". Wire adds 1/2" for a total of 2 3/4" length
Date of creation Late 1800's
Condition Excellent
Turquoise Natural deep blue to green
Provenance MDe, a dedicated collector of extremely early indigenous-made jewelry
Gram weight 13.9 grams (both together)
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