Group of 11 pieces of mixed jewelry including:
One Betty "Bea" Tom (Navajo, 20th/21st c) sterling silver and turquoise animal pendant, marked along the underside. Inset with 13 large irregular turquoise stones.
One matching set of 14k yellow gold earrings and necklace. Each inset with cubic zirconia and sapphires. Marked along the back. The earrings lacking stud backs.
One 14k yellow gold ring inset with a marquise cut cubic zirconia, marked faintly along the interior of the band.
One 18k yellow gold ring with a cabochon marquise-cut jade. Marked along the interior of the band.
One pair of round cabochon jade and gold stud earrings, unmarked.
One single 14k yellow gold heart-shaped stud earring, marked along the back.
One 14k white gold ring, lacking a stone, marked along the interior of the band.
One silver belt buckle marked RLK for Ralph and Lillie Kallestewa (Zuni, Pueblo, 20th/21st c). Marked along the back RLK and "Bennett Pat. Pend." Multi-stone inset with onyx, mother-of-pearl, turquoise, and coral.Ring size ranges from US 5 to US 8. Circular pendant; diameter: 2 1/2 in. Blue pendant; height: 1 1/2 in x width: 2 1/2 in.
Wear throughout all items, as expected. The studs of the earrings are bent, which is easily fixable. The heart shaped earring appears to be bent; however, there is a possibility that it is the original design; please see the listing image. To the jewel of the green earrings, there are minute surface stretches. One of the silver rings is missing the jewel. The bold gold ring with a white jewel shows oxidation, particularly along the interior of the ring; along the area where the jewel and the ring meet, there is old polish residue collected. The turquoise pendant show surface stretches to the turquoise and has oxidation to the metal components. None of the items show a sign of restoration under UV light.
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