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Bo Reeves, Pendant, Eagle Design, Old Style Finish, Silver, Navajo Handmade,1.25

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Artist:
Reeves, Bo
Tribal Affiliation:
Navajo
Length:
1.25
Height:
1
Width:
.6
Main Stone:
No
Setting Type:
No
Clasp Type:
other-clasp-type
Chain Type:
other-chain-type
Metal:
Sterling Silver
Metal Stamp:
Sterling
Age (circa date):
Circa 2010's
Amazon Necklace Type:
No
content of collectibility
Price:
$95.00

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People from all over the world find their way to Gallup, New Mexico. It makes working at the Trading Post very interesting, and gives you an idea of what draws them here. People around the world are fascinated with Native American cultures. I have been told that the eagle feather is the symbol most recognizable as Native American. We don’t have many eagles here in the Four Corners but that does not stop the eagle influence into Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi art. This eagle pendant was made by Navajo silversmith Bo Reeves and is filled with stamp work. You will be amazed by the small size of the detailed piece. Bo learned the craft from his late father Gary Reeves.
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