Frank Dishta was the first to do flush inlay work - unfortunately he never signed his pieces.
So it is hard to determine the maker of this vintage necklace since it is not marked but is done in the traditional Dishta style of flush inlay. Regardless of the maker, this sterling silver choker features beautifully hued turquoise stones and is perfect for wearing alone or grouped together with Desert Pearls or a squash blossom.
A fantastic piece for both the serious collector and anyone that appreciates Zuni art.
Everybody needs a good concho belt. This vintage concho belt is ideal for pairing back with your jeans and broom skirts. The buckle and the...View full product details
Everybody needs a good concho belt... ...and this concho belt by the famous Roger Skeet Jr. is a beauty! Very collectible, this vintage belt was...View full product details
This belt tells the world, “This ain’t your first rodeo!” Perfectly aged with the perfect patina - we handpicked this vintage, tooled leather belt to...View full product details
This vintage bolo features the Knifewing - the ultimate warrior spirit of the Zuni people. It is crafted in the traditional Zuni inlay technique using...View full product details
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