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Navajo Red Coral Squash Blossom Necklace

1,965.00
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Navajo Red Coral Squash Blossom Necklace

1,965.00

Vintage sterling silver and Mediterranean Sea coral squash blossom necklace circa 1970s, 10 squash blossoms each with branch coral graduated in size and strung on wire. Approximately 27" length, naja 3" x 3 1/8", 154.3 grams.

Approx: 27" length plus 3" x 2.125" naja, 154.3 grams.

 

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Vintage sterling silver and Mediterranean Sea coral squash blossom necklace circa 1970s, 10 squash blossoms each with branch coral graduated in size and strung on wire. Approximately 27" length, naja 3" x 3 1/8", 154.3 grams.

Approx: 27" length plus 3" x 2.125" naja, 154.3 grams.

 

Bobby and Corraine Shack, a highly collected husband and wife team, started making jewelry together in the late 60s or early 70s. They are known best for their exquisite channel inlay, humingbird  and thunderbird jewlery. Bobby's mother, Thomasine Shack, was one of the most collected zuni jewlrys of her time, as was Corraine's father, Blake Lesanse. Booby and Coraine’s work is now equally as sought after. Their work is published in Zuni: The Art and The People, Vol. 2, by Barbara and Ed Bell.