1. Fabulous stars and arrows bolo tie by Navajo silver-smith Cody Sanderson, with leather and sterling silver.
2. Santo Domingo contemporary artisan, Priscilla Nieto, creates an incredible long ten strands of lush graduating turquoise heishi interspersed on chocolate coloured clamshell heishi with traditional squaw wrapping.
3. Contemporary Hopi artist Piki Wadsworth, the daughter of Cheryl Yestewa - Creates a beautiful elegant bright blue
4. Exquisite natural Kingman turquoise beads necklace with a soft caramel matrix throughout and with silver cones and bead at the returns, by San Juan Pueblo Jeweller Mike Bird Romero. Hallmarked with the artists signature.
5. Kewa artist, Emily Garcia - Amazing natural large to medium turquoise graduating nugget necklace with silver beads and cones at the returns.
6. Beautifully fossilised carved ivory bird fetish and clam shell heishi necklace by Verna Kushana, a relation of the George Haloo Chee Chee family of carvers. This necklace is completed with silver cones at the returns with hook and eye.
7. Superb Zuni spinner, one side of the domed spinning medallion centred, has a 'blue Jay' scene inlaid in turquoise and the other a 'red Robbin' scene inlaid in Mediterranean coral. Please see other images.
8. Finely carved fetish clam shell two strand necklace, the animal carvings of birds and bears carved from orange spiny oyster shell. Silver cones at the returns.
9. Beautiful fine Santo Domingo contemporary long twenty strand clam shell heishi, with silver cones at the returns and silver adjustable length chain. Three colours softly merging into the next colour.
10. Contemporary clam shell heishi necklace interspersed with carved turquoise leaves by artisan Delvin Leekya.