Native American Southwest Navajo / Zuni Hand Made Indian Jewelry Money Clip

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Inlay Signed "Sterling Jr" Jerry Roan (1919-1977). Sleeping Beauty Turquoise,
Mop, Onyx, Sos & Azurite Malachite. Native American Southwest Navajo / Zuni
Indian Jewelry. Measures 52mm By 26mm. Weighs 24.4grams. Stones Are Mounted In
Sterling Silver

Navajo tribal native Jerry Roan (1919-1977) had a productive life as a
silversmith and jewelry maker. He began actively working at silversmithing
around 1968. In 1969, a year after he began smithing, he on a 1st Award at the
Navajo Tribal Fair in Arizona.

Roan was included in the 2002 exhibit “Jewels of the Southwest” at the Museum
of Indian Arts and Culture, Santa Fe. His work is included in the collections
of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, and the
Yellowhorse Museum in Paradise Valley, Arizona.

Roan" refers to a horse coat color pattern characterized by an even mixture of
colored and white hairs on the body, while the head and "points"—lower legs,
mane and tail—are mostly solid-colored. Horses with roan coats have white hairs
evenly intermingled throughout any other color.

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