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Belt Buckles Bolos & Barrettes > Quentin & Denise Peynetsa~Zuni~Silver/Multi-Stone Inlay Figural Bird Money Clip

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Quentin & Denise Peynetsa~Zuni~Silver/Multi-Stone Inlay Figural Bird Money Clip

Artist: Quentin & Denise Peynetsa, Zuni
Length: 1 and 7/8 inches
Width: 1 inch
Weight: 21 grams
MC5021-e1031

$ 29.99          Back


Here's a fantastic, silver and multi-stone inlay money clip that was handmade by Zuni artist Quinton Peynetsa.

The money clip measures 1 and 3/4" long, is 1" wide and it weighs 19 grams. The stones and shell include turquoise, coral, black jet and Mother of Pearl. The round inlay is mounted on the silver clip and is in the form of a bird. The back is hallmarked. Here's a fantastic, silver and multi-stone money clip that was handmade by Zuni Silversmiths, Quentin & Denise Peynetsa. The money clip measures 1 and 7/8" long, is 1" wide and it weighs 21 grams. The stones and shell include turquoise, blue lapis, orange spiny oyster, black jet and gaspeite. The rectangular inlay is surrounded by a silver twisted rope. The back is hallmarked, but the silver content is not stamped.



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