Earrings, Chandelier, Turquoise, Ladder, Dishta Style, Vintage, 485

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Hey, all you collectors of Dishta!

Here is a charming example of Frank Dishta’s signature flowers - done in the traditional Dishta style of flush inlay and executed in the ladder silhouette. These vintage danglers feature three tiers of flush stones and finish with sterling silver paddles. Very lightweight and delicate.

Vintage 1930s-1940s.

A fantastic pair for both the serious collector and anyone that appreciates Zuni art.

Frank Dishta (1902 - 1954)  was born on the Zuni Pueblo and began silversmithing in 1924.  He quickly became a master of the channel inlay technique. His works are part of the permanent collection at the Heard Museum in Santa Fe, NM and in other national museums and galleries. His work and the work of his descendants are highly collectible.

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