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Navajo Multi-Stone Necklace by Tommy & Rose Singer

810.00
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Navajo Multi-Stone Necklace by Tommy & Rose Singer

810.00

Turquoise, spiny oyster shell, black onyx, and sterling silver necklace by Navajo artists Rose and Tommy Singer. One strand of hunky beads with silver barrels that transitions to five delicate beaded strands in front. Hallmarked T&R Singer.

Approx: 30" length; silver barrels 1" long by 5/8" diameter; Hook and eye silver closure. 145.1 grams.

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Turquoise, spiny oyster shell, black onyx, and sterling silver necklace by Navajo artists Rose and Tommy Singer. One strand of hunky beads with silver barrels that transitions to five delicate beaded strands in front. Hallmarked T&R Singer.

Approx: 30" length; silver barrels 1" long by 5/8" diameter; Hook and eye silver closure. 145.1 grams.

Tommy & Rose Singer

Tommy Singer (1940-2014), was one of the most sought after Navajo artists of this and the late 20thcentury. He is credited with originating the chip inlay style of Navajo jewelry of the 1960s that came to be very popular in the 1970s. He was a member of the Navajo nation from Winslow, Arizona. He learned silversmithing from his father and incorporated tribal symbolism in his art. His wife Rose Singer, who worked with Tommy in is later career, continues to carry on the Singer tradition of fine jewelry.