Estate fresh collection of American Southwestern jewelry: rings, belt buckles, pendants, cuff bracelets, and a necklace. Various makers, American / Native American (Southwest), ca. mid 20th century. One belt buckle with a bison in a landscape. Signed on reverse "Tom Bahe" (Navajo). One unsigned belt buckle with a road runner, inset with turquoise and a red glass eye. Tests as brass (copper and zinc).Two sterling bracelets, inset with turquoises. Six rings, all inset with turquoise, two include red coral. One necklace with a sterling pendant featuring a turquoise and red coral. Chain itself is not silver. Two slide pendants, featuring turquoises. (For bolo tie?). All in worn condition, good overall and wearable. Brass buckle has damage to turquoise. Ring sizes 6.5 to 12. Bracelets will fit 6" and 6 1/2" wrists. Total gross weight: 16.57 OZT (without brass belt buckle).
Keywords: Amerindian, American Indian, fancy, jewelry, Arizona, New Mexico, Arizonan, New Mexican, SW, Zuni, Pueblo, Old Pawn