Daniel Coriz, Kewa - Santo Domingo Pueblo White Mother of Pearl and Green Turquoise Pendant KD372

$275.00
Daniel Coriz is from the Kewa Pueblo, formerly known as Santo Domingo, and he is known for his meticulous mosaic jewelry that is typically set in sterling silver. This statement piece is a great example of his distinguished work. The stones are white shell and green turquoise, which is likely to be Kings Manassa from Colorado. The stones are separated by silver channels and surrounded by a handmade flat bezel. The bale, or hook, is a Shepard's hook which is not soldered closed. This allows for great flexibility regarding what the pendant can hang on. The pendant is signed with the artist's name and hallmark design.

Daniel Coriz is the son of Valentino and Nestoria Coriz and learned his trade from his parents. While his formal education is as a registered nurse, he enjoys making these beautiful pieces to share with the world. He has two sons, one of which is learning to make jewelry from Daniel.

DETAILS:
Artist: Danial Coriz, Kewa Pueblo
Size: 2 1/2" long x 2" wide
Materials: White Shell, Green Turquoise and Sterling silver
31.1 Grams
Condition: From a private collection - great condition

KD372
$275.00
Daniel Coriz is from the Kewa Pueblo, formerly known as Santo Domingo, and he is known for his meticulous mosaic jewelry that is typically set in sterling silver. This statement piece is a great example of his distinguished work. The stones are white shell and green turquoise, which is likely to be Kings Manassa from Colorado. The stones are separated by silver channels and surrounded by a handmade flat bezel. The bale, or hook, is a Shepard's hook which is not soldered closed. This allows for great flexibility regarding what the pendant can hang on. The pendant is signed with the artist's name and hallmark design.

Daniel Coriz is the son of Valentino and Nestoria Coriz and learned his trade from his parents. While his formal education is as a registered nurse, he enjoys making these beautiful pieces to share with the world. He has two sons, one of which is learning to make jewelry from Daniel.

DETAILS:
Artist: Danial Coriz, Kewa Pueblo
Size: 2 1/2" long x 2" wide
Materials: White Shell, Green Turquoise and Sterling silver
31.1 Grams
Condition: From a private collection - great condition

KD372

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