Maiden with Tablita Headdress SWPP003

Width: 2 1/4"
Height: 8 1/4"
Stones: Turquoise, Spiny Oyster, Red Coral, Black Onyx
Claudia Peina is a Zuni carver, well known for her fetishes and Corn Maidens. This naiden is wearing a traditional Tablita headdress with an inlay of turquoise, black onyx, red coral, and spiny oyster.

Availability: In stock

Price: $1,350.00

Availability: In stock

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Native American artists used coral in a variety of ways. Featured in inlay work, set in rough and natural forms, carved, cut into stunning cabochons, set with diamonds, turquoise, pearls, and almost any combination of the favorite Southwest gemstones. A favorite organic gemstones, red and pink coral are used extensively in Southwest jewelry styles. Red, pink and orange colors can all be found in contemporary and vintage Native American handmade jewelry and art. 

Onyx has long been used for carving and jewelry and is a favored stone often seen in Native American inlay work, or as cabochons or beads.

Southwest styles are often popping with color. Spiny Oyster shell is often inlaid or used as cabochons and the color combination of Spiny Oyster and turquoise is as old as the human love for adornment. Coming all the way from the Sea of Cortez in Mexico, Spiny Oyster shell is most commonly seen in orange, red and purple. 

Authentic Handmade Native American Art

 

Shop the Santa Fe Style Collection for striking contemporary jewelry, handcrafted by artisans who draw on the rich history of the Southwest.

This collection features trending artists popular in the Four Corners and loved by locals here in New Mexico. The jewelry featured here is a fusion of traditional techniques, passed hand-to-hand across generations, and modern artistry.

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