(jna-0023) 1940s Navajo Squash Blossom, Kings Mannasa Turquoise

$1,500.00

Description

1940s Navajo Squash Blossom, Kings Mannasa Turquoise

  • 1940s Navajo Squash Blossom, Kings Mannasa Turquoise
  • This is an interesting Navajo squash blossom
  • It features the blue and green turquoise with reddish brown matrix Colorado’s King’s Mannasa mine.
  • The heavy caronated sterling wire that was much in use in the 1940s forms the base of the naja.
  • Seven hand cut, scalloped overlays circle the naja.
  • Each is underlined with a single liquid silver drop.
  • Scalloped, plain silver wire form the border frames.
  • Next to straight cut bezels, lies a single twisted silver wire.
  • The piece is still strung on its original fox braid.
  • The small silver, bench made Navajo silver beads show a lot of use.
  • This shows that the necklace is a beloved heirloom piece.
  • The naja is 3 1/2″ long x 3 1/2″ wide.
  • The necklace hangs 15 1/2″ long.

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