Zuni silversmith, Frank Dishta, is considered to have pioneered the flush turquoise setting characteristic of the Dishta family's work.
This necklace has been evaluated to be in the Dishta family style, but confirmation can’t be exact since most of the Dishta pieces are not signed. This necklace dates to the last half century. Crafted in the flush turquoise setting technique, this squash blossom is fabricated in sterling silver with tear shaped turquoise stones in the centers of the fourteen blossoms. The crescent naja repeats the tear shaped turquoise stones and is punctuated with a vertical olla. Dainty, sterling silver beads are all handmade and add to the delicacy of the piece making this special necklace an asset to any Southwest jewelry collection.
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