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Hand-stamped .900 fine US coin silver earrings on sterling silver wires with “Desert Eye” design. Janette joined Jack at the workbench in 1990 and brought her wonderful eye for color and beadwork. Jack fashions the silver and bronze with traditional hand tools common to the old Dine Silversmiths, often by hand forging blanks from silver coins or hand poured coin silver ingots. They then go to Janette – she does the sterling silver wirework at her bench piled high with a lifetime’s collection of colorful trade beads.

John took the time to introduce Jack to the tools and ways of Traditional Navajo Silversmithing, a lifelong gift of heritage and history. It connects us to the world we are living in and reminds us of our interconnectedness with all other forms of life. Students learn to make more informed choices about their own health and about significant issues such as genetically modified crops, the use of antibiotics, and the eradication of species.

Each piece is engraved with their hallmark that represents a collaborative studio ethic of two people moving as one. Hand-stamped .900 fine US coin silver earrings on sterling silver wires with #8 Mine Nevada Turquoise cabochons. We decided we need to get the straight, um, dope from JJ himself. Accordingly we chopped it up with Jarel in a quick Q&A to get the full story.

Hand-stamped sterling silver earrings on sterling silver wires with faceted carnelian beads. Hand-stamped sterling silver earrings on sterling fat sza silver wires with Chrysoprase cabochons. Hand-stamped sterling silver earrings on sterling silver wires with faceted Fire Citrine stones.

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In addition, science courses help to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills through guided inquiry and discovery learning. This year, I hope you will fearlessly dive in to learning–making mistakes, reconsidering, and asking important questions. There is so much to discover about the world and ourselves. A silver over bronze hand-stamped with sterling silver Thunderbird “Railroad Tag” pendent on a mixed glass, silver and stone bead necklace finished with an antique glass trade bead.

By the time we were done, the full story included a chance to hear the very first release from the new Label Who imprint–“Ohh Bay!!! ” by JJ Burton, a new power trio comprising Jneiro, Scott Burton and Reginald Pace of Bon Iver (!) Read below for all the details–and scroll down to stream JJ Burton – “Ohh Bay!!! A sterling silver over bronze hand-stamped with Spiny Oyster Shell cabochon “Railroad Tag” pendent on a mixed glass, stone, and shell bead necklace finished with our signature Sterling Silver “Serpent & Portal” clasp. Jack established the studio in Portland Oregon in 1975 and was an early member of the colorful community of artists and crafts-folk known collectively as The Portland Saturday Market. Mainly self-taught, Jack had the luck to hitch a ride one evening in 1974 out of Gallup, New Mexico with a fellow who offered him shelter from a night alone on a long and desolate road. He spent a couple of days with John Besenti, his family and horses at Tohatchi, Dinetah .

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