Southwestern nostalgia that speaks of road trips through the desert and collecting souvenirs along the way is a huge trend in jewelry.
This Zuni hoop dancer ring leaves no doubt that someone traveled along Route 66 and visited the Pueblos to acquire this charming treasure. Handcrafted by published Zuni artist, Larry Laate, using hand-cut stones, this novelty ring features a ceremonial hoop dancer. If you look closely you can see the intricate cut details in the feathers, the bend of the arm, and other decorative accouterments. Set in sterling silver and pointed with silver drops at the feather tips.
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Larry Laate (1956- 2010; Zuni). Needlepoint; channel and mosaic inlay; carved stones. Work is featured inZuni: The Art and the People Vol. 3.
Marks: L L;L J L; Larry Latte (etched print)
artist: Larry Laate (1956-2010)
hallmarks: ZUNI, L L (on applied plate)
materials: sterling silver, turquoise, coral, onyx, mother of pearl
measurements: 2" x 1 1/8"
weight: 19 grams
nice vintage condition
stones are secure in their settings
abrasions and surface wear commensurate with age
silver has a nice patina
light wear from use
All returns on jewelry are subject to exchange or store credit only.
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