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Thanks for doing business with Perry Null Trading Co! Please make sure that you are satisfied with your order before proceeding to checkout. We cannot combine or add to any order once checkout has been completed. Zuni Handmade Pin, Circa 1960s, Lone Mountain Turquoise, Collectors Piece, 2.5.Navajo artist Darryl Dean Begay talks fondly about getting to visit the Lone Mountain Turquoise mine with owner Gene Waddell. This legendary Nevada mine produced a large quantity of turquoise, but the most coveted blue rock from Lone Mountain is this spider web variety. Back in the 1960s when this pin was made it wasn't nearly as hard to find. Many of these pieces are in private collections never to be seen again. In the book Jewel of the Southwest-Turquoise, Bob Brucia reveals his collection of Number Eight Turquoise pieces that have a similar look.
I can't imagine him ever letting those pieces of treasure go. This handmade Zuni pin is done in the classic cluster style. Silver beads and twisted wire decorate the two beautifully cut shapes of Lone Mountain Turquoise.
If you are into collecting these rare beauties, we also have a bigger pin. The item "Zuni Handmade Pin, Circa 1960s, Lone Mountain Turquoise, Collectors Piece, 2.5" is in sale since Tuesday, May 7, 2019. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Pins, Brooches". The seller is "pntrader" and is located in Gallup, New Mexico.
This item can be shipped worldwide.: Unsigned