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Necklace, Squash Blossom, Turquoise, Handwrought Copper Beads, Hallmark, Vintage ‘70s, 1589

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This 1970s-80s vintage beauty by Laguna artisan Greg Lewis is a minimalist spin on a squash blossom, featuring a single strand of copper desert pearls adorned with a sterling silver naja finished with a turquoise stone. Understated and awesome, this is an excellent piece for your everyday outfit and is also perfect for layering!

Greg Lewis (1954-; Laguna). Hand wrought ; silver, gold. The mark comes from theArrowhead Shop started by his grandfather Alvin Lewis in San Francisco. Greg Lewis worked there until 1979 when he returned to Laguna Pueblo to open his own shop, also calledThe Arrowhead. Father of Dyaami Lewis.

1970-80's Laguna Indian hand made single strand of copper beads with sterling silver and turquoise naja signed with hallmark for Greg Lewis

  • artist: Greg Lewis
  • affiliation: Laguna
  • hallmarks: picto of arrowhead
  • materials: sterling silver, copper, turquoise 
  • length: naja: 2 1/4" X 2" necklace: 30" + naja
  • weight: 158 grams
  • nice vintage condition
  • stone is secure in its setting
  • no stone chips or hairline fractures
  • stone abrasions commensurate with age
  • silver and copper  have a nice patina 
  • light wear
  • style number: JN1589
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