Collar Tips, Turquoise, King Ranch Estate, Vintage, 472

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Collar tips fit for a King. 

A Texas King, that is. These Native American silver (content unknown) collar tips have a distinguished provenance of belonging to the family of Alfred A. King (1916-2006), great-grandson of Captain Richard King, founder of the now 825,000-acre Texas King Ranch. Likely Navajo or Dine creations, each collar tip features seven geometric-shaped turquoise stones in simple bezels, accented by twist wire detail and sterling silver beads.

  • affiliation: Navajo
  • materials: untested metal, turquoise
  • dimensions: 3" wide across top of V, 3 1/2" length of each arm
  • weight: 109 grams
  • closure: three sew-on loops per tab
  • condition:  excellent vintage condition with light oxidation and wear
  • style number: JP472
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