I will add a few pictures of that. There are significant similarities between this piece and those by Charles Supplee but I cannot make the attribution; it is certainly a strong possibility. This piece is beautifully executed with the corn well represented, deeply incised, and the leaves as well, all of it beautifully made in sterling silver. There is one lovely round turquoise at the top, under the bail.This piece is very small, but so perfect in the design, to be very special and beautiful. It is best worn as a pin. If you want to wear it as a pendant it does have the bail but the pin elements would cause it not to lie flat! A jeweler could remove the pin very easily without leaving marks if you wanted to wear it just as a pendant. The pin measures about 1-3/8" long, 5/8" wide, and weighs about 3 grams. It's in great vintage, wearable and collectible condition. The work is detailed and fine; the piece is highly collectible and eternally gorgeous. It is so lovely and tiny, it could work well as a signature piece, pinned to a collar or pocket. It's a perfect thing of beauty. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. Take a look at my store. Yes, I sometimes can take reasonable offers.
Please let me know if you would like to return something. I care that you're happy and about my accuracy, and will always stand behind my work. My attributions are guaranteed for my lifetime. When I include pages from published books in my listings it is in accordance with Fair Use Law, which permits the use of source material for discussion, reference, education and criticism. Attributions on many of the old pieces of Native American jewelry are sometimes a moving target.
All the books have errors, so in addition to counterchecking, I have developed some expertise over the years and I do care about getting it right, so as more information comes to light I update my listings and also get in touch with my previous buyers, to inform them of any changes in attributions. Everything I sell comes from my personal collection or is something that I would include in my personal collection. I vet every item carefully for quality and condition, and offer you the best. I want you to be able to rely on me for top quality, superb items that are often unique and rare examples of old antique vintage southwest, indian, native american and fine gold and gemstones, whether you're starting a collection or adding to one, or want something great to wear or gift. My goal is that all my buyers are delighted, that my special pieces find the right homes.The item "Native American Hopi Kewa Navajo Zuni Corn Pin Pendant Sterling Silver Turquoise" is in sale since Thursday, April 4, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Jewelry". The seller is "aaplover" and is located in New York, New York.
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