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Necklace, Squash Blossom Set with Earrings & Pin, Butterfly Inlay, Hallmark, Vintage ‘70s, 1514

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This incredible trio features unique inlay butterflies created with stones of black onyx, mother of pearl, turquoise, and red coral. The vintage set was crafted by the late Zuni artisan Rosita Wallace, making it an instant collector. The necklace is a double strand of sterling silver desert pearls with 8 butterfly “blossoms” and a bold naja, and it’s accompanied by a pair of matching post-back earrings and beautiful brooch.

Rosita Wallace ? - 2012 (Zuni) Active since 1950s. Channel inlay. Specializing in butterfly and flower inlay designs. Rosita Walace shares the stamps with her ex-husband Anselm Wallace.

Marks: R. A. W.; R. A. WALLACE (stamped or etched script); A. ROSITA-WALLACE

Rosita Wallace's mosaic inlay style gives her work a delicate look, but the fine quality of her settings make her creations lasting treasures. Rosita created her butterflies in the 1970's, and has become one of the best-known and most widely recognized Zuni artists today. Rosita's work is published in "Zuni Jewelry," by Theda and Michael Bassman, among others.

  • artist: Rosita Wallace, (deceased)
  • affiliation: Zuni
  • materials: sterling silver, onyx, mother of pearl, turquoise, coral
  • dimensions : 16 1/2"
  • earrings: 1"
  • brooch: 2"
  • post back
  • nice vintage condition
  • stones are secure in their settings
  • no stone chips or hairline fractures
  • stone abrasions commensurate with age
  • silver has a nice patina
  • light wear
  • style number: JN1514
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