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"Copper Woman" by Alaska Native artist Clarissa Hudson      

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Sealaska Heritage Institute
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"Tlingit Whale Diving Under Blue Moon Necklace"
Wearable Stunning Tlingit Contemporary Artimages/Rudy_I_photos/18.jpg…jeweled art! Artist cut, shaped, and polished the Blue Lapis Moon, with sphere of 18k Gold. Tail of the whale transforms into: waves and moonlight. The rays of the Blue moon are hand engraved, denoting the Tlingit Indian touche. Green emerald, 18k sphere and sterling silver used to accent piece. Necklace has beautiful beads of:  lapis, Alaska mammoth ivory, and fossilized Alaska walrus ivory. This piece is imaginative and absolutely stunning! By Rudy Isturis. $1,100.00 (#1427)
 

 

"Whale Diving Coral Moon Necklace"
Unique! Incredible Contemporary Tlingit Indian art/jewelry uses a 38 million year old  cabochon of Alaska fossil coral- “Stingray Coral”.  This member of ancient type of coral belongs to the Genus “Fasovite”. Whale dives into engraved Tlingit stylized rays representing both ocean waves and rays of the moon. The whale is two dimensional and shaped with curves—was made to be touched when meditating. By Rudy Isturis. $825.00 (#1428)
 

 

"Fire Opal Whale's Tail Necklace"
This Sterling Silver whale’s tail has an extraordinary Fire Opal cabochon. With Alaska Mammoth/Jade and Lapis beads and 18 k Gold accents truly marks this as a “Stand Alone” and is an excellent conversation starter. By Rudy Isturis. $750.00 (#1429)
 

 

"Alaska Eudialyte Tlingit Moon Necklace"
Eudialyte stone with different minerals:  white feldspar, sometimes with black amphibole minerals ranges in colors. This piece comes from Prince of Wales Island. The stone dangles to represent the moon, whose rays are represented by the engraved circle. By Rudy Isturis. $265.00 (#1430)
 

 

"Alaska Honeycomb Coral Necklace"
This Alaska Fossil coral found in Southeast Alaska Fossil is also called “Honeycomb Coral”. The coral belongs to the genus Hexagonaria. The coral lived during the middle Devonian geologic period, some 380 million years ago. By Rudy Isturis. $275.00 (#1431)

 

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