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“Dreams Under a Desert Moon” Pueblo Pin. $355. SOLD.

Summer nights deliver dreams under a desert moon. Wings brings shelter, moon, dreamy light, and means of emergence together in one spectacular traditional pin with a layered twist. It’s the Pueblo’s own North House distilled to silver and light, its entire architecture cut freehand with a jeweler’s saw, old-style doors, windows, and vigas all stamped freehand beneath its parapets. On the front, a traditional pine ladder, cut entirely freehand from a single piece of sterling silver, is angled against the front wall as an overlay and soldered securely in place, Offset at the right, the moon hovers close and low and full, the moonstone cabochon refracting cobalt blue from some angles, icy white from others. The pin’s surface area is 2.5″ wide; domed for wear, it measures 2-3/8″ wide by 1-1/4″ high from base to ladder’s uppermost tip; the rainbow moonstone cabochon is 3/16″ across (dimensions approximate). A view showing the moonstone in its ice-white shade is shown below.

Sterling silver; rainbow moonstone
$355 + shipping, handling, and insurance
SOLD

Moonstone cabochon in another light:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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