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Native American Thunderbird Sterling & Turuoise Squash Blossom Necklace

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    Posted 7 years ago

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    I need some assistance in identifying the origin of this amazing piece! I inherited this from the estate of a relative and honsetly know very little about Native American jewelry. It is sterling with turquoise inlay and has interesting construction - see pictures. I think this hails from the 1940s as that would make sense given the previous owner and it has no apparent markings. Is it Navajo? Zuni? Just a mystery to me.

    Thanks for looking and any assistance you can give.



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    1. jimborasco jimborasco, 7 years ago
      Beautiful piece...I love this stuff. Will research.
    2. ellenandmax ellenandmax, 7 years ago
      Thank so much - would appreciate anything you find...I have seen too much conflicting information...Best, Ellen
    3. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 7 years ago
      45 yrs ago I dealt in Hopi & Zuni but this style just doesn't quite ring a bell.
    4. ellenandmax ellenandmax, 7 years ago
      Thanks - I am thinking it is perhaps Navajo - just trying to learn more...Best, Ellen
    5. gotwire gotwire, 5 years ago
      Try looking up "peyote bird squash blossom necklace" on Google and/or eBay. Most of them were made by Navajo silversmiths, but not all. Without a touch-mark it's going to be hard to tell.

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