Double D Ranch is honored to present this rare, museum quality Navajo squash blossom necklace. Dating to 1930 to 1940, this early piece is completely hand wrought in silver - including the dainty beads on down to the box-bow blossoms. This outstanding piece is in mint condition with the original string cording is still intact.
Thirty small scaled blossoms are fashioned in the “box-bow” design and set with beautifully matched natural turquoise stones. An additional eight stones are set on the cast naja. Sans hallmarks, typical of early pieces, this one-of-a-kind piece is for the serious collector and lover of Native American craft.
Dealer inquires welcome.
Collected in Arizona
23” length with 2” naja
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