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Lot 0438
This is a collection of two pairs of Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver and semiprecious stone earrings. Each pair of earrings is made from solid sterling silver with one pair that features turquoise cabochons with a dangling silver feather. This pair is signed L.D. on the back of the feather. This is the hallmark of Lowell Draper, a benchsmith for the White Hogan in Scottsdale, Az. This Navajo jeweler began producing jewelry in 1973. The second pair of earrings shows a nature motif with leaves and stems along with an inset orange spiny oyster shell cabochon. Both the earrings are in very good condition. The largest earrings measure .5"W x 2.25"L.

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Navajo Sterling Silver Signed Earring Collection

Auction ended on Sat, Jun 2, 2018
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