From delicate to jaw dropping and from organic to refined, this weeks curated collection highlights the southwestern necklace in many of its forms. 

Carved Zuni fetishes, old car battery casings, polished pieces of shell and minuscule hand hammered gold beads are just some of the materials found in this group of necklaces. 

Truly expansive in its variety, some of the highlights of this group include the hand rolled beads from Santo Domingo master Charles Lovato, the organic cascade of turquoise in our necklace of antique joclas, and that elusive favorite of Southwest aesthetes: the Pueblo cross necklace.