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cMP 15 - 1930s Santo Domingo (or Cochiti) Pueblo h6.75”x w7” - $1,200

MP 024 - 1930s Zia Pueblo olla, h9”x w11” - $12,000

cMP 06 - 1940s Santo Domingo Pueblo, h10”x w11” - $3,000

cMP 13 - 1890s San Ildefonso Pueblo, h9.5”x w12” - $7,500

cMP 03 - 1885-1890 Zia Pueblo h9”x w10” - $5,500

cMP 04 - 1880s Zuni Pueblo h9.5”x w13” - $5,500

cMP 45 - 1920s Acoma Pueblo olla h8.75”x w12” - $3,500

cMP 09 - c.1910-1920, Santo Domingo Pueblo, w12”x h10” - $3,500.

cMP 11 - 1890-1910 Santo Domingo Pueblo, h10”x w10.5” - $5,000

cMP 07 - 1890-1900s San Ildefonso Pueblo, h8”x w11” - $4,500

We just love Santo Domingo Pueblo jewelry.  The people of Santo Domingo Pueblo were the first jewelry makers of the Southwest.  They just used stones and shells to design their pieces.  As you can see in this example some of the artists now use silver in their work.  This pendant with beads (including hand made silver beads) was made by Daniel Coriz, Santo Domingo.