Thank you for taking the time to view my item. VERY RARE, Early circa 1950’s or earlier Native American Santo Domingo Pueblo 9-Strand Mediterranean Red Coral necklace with Turquoise Jacla weighing about 135.5 grams. The necklace and Jacla are strung on cotton string. Please look at photos for condition of stones which all appear to be in good vintage condition. This beautiful necklace is very rarely seen is such excellent and original vintage condition. Don’t miss out on this one. You may never see another one like it again! Necklace weighs about 135? The Necklace measures about 29 inches long around the inside of the necklace. The Jacla hangs about 6 inches from the bottom of the 9-Strand necklace. Please feel free to contact me anytime if you have any questions. Please make sure to view all of the photos as they are a major part of the items description and may contain sizes and weighs. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Necklaces & Pendants”. The seller is “fine_native_finds” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
Ethnic & Regional Style: Southwestern Native American Santo Domingo Pueblo
Main Stone Creation: Natural
Material: Sterling Silver, Cotton, Mediterranean Red Coral, Turquoise
Main Stone Color: Ox Blood Red & Blue
Item Length: About 29” Inches Long Around The Inside Of Necklace
Metal: Sterling Silver
Secondary Stone: Mediterranean Red Coral & Turquoise
Main Stone: Mediterranean Red Coral & Turquoise
Brand: Native American Santo Domingo Pueblo Necklace & Jacla
Main Stone Treatment: Not Enhanced
Type: Santo Domingo Pueblo Native American Necklace Jacla
Era: 1950’s Or Ealier
Style: Native American 9 Strand Santo Domingo Necklace Jacla
This is a vintage Navajo old pawn, silver and turquoise decorated clock signed by Percy Spencer. While old pawn jewelry is common, Navajo decorated clocks by listed artisans are quite a rarity. The workmanship of the silver decoration and turquoise is of the highest quality. The whole frame of the clock and the decoration were created and fabricated by the artist and the clockworks are supplied by another company. The clock does not work and there is a small sliver of glass missing along an edge of the clock’s glass cover. The clock has an unusual hand (see the pictures), likely for an alarm setting, that has an arrow decoration adding to the Native American style. Since the word’STERLING’ does not appear by the artist’s name, I assume the frame of the clock is a base metal to which the silver and turquoise decoration is attached. There is some underlying gold wash that shows up through the silver on the frame. A nice patina has developed around the raised silver decoration. The dimensions are about 7.5 inches wide, 4.5 inches high and 2.5 inches in depth at the base. Check out the pictures to see the beautiful vintage workmanship. Don’t miss the chance to own this rarity among silver and turquoise decorative Navajo art items. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Necklaces & Pendants”. The seller is “ebsantiques” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.