Hindman announces July auction of Native American jewelry

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Hindman announces July auction of Native American jewelry
Lot 33 | Bisbee Turquoise and 14K Gold Tufa Cast Shield Ring | Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000.

CINCINNATI, OH.- Hindman will present an impressive range of jewelry by early and contemporary master Native American artists in its July 13th Native American Jewelry auction. The auction will be anchored by a strong group of Hopi jewelry by internationally renowned designer Charles Loloma. With over 200 lots, an assortment of Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, and Pueblo necklaces, rings, concha belts, and earrings crafted by leading designers such as Preston Monongye, Julian Lovato, Lewis Lomay, and Denise Wallace are also among sale highlights.

Significant collections include John and Doris Curran, Indiana and the Smith Collection, Arizona.

Charles Loloma Jewelry

Erin Rust, Specialist, Native American Art commented: “Charles Loloma, along with artists such as Luiseño painter Fritz Scholder, brought Native art and jewelry into a new light. They not only changed how and what Native artists were creating but also how the public viewed these pieces.”

The auction will feature 10 striking works by Hopi jeweler Charles Loloma (1921-1991).

A multidisciplinary artist, Loloma started making jewelry in 1955 and quickly became a pioneer in the field, forever changing the landscape of Native art. Straying away from the traditional, Loloma used exotic woods, fossilized mastodon, walrus ivory, lapis, and other semiprecious stones to create architectural jewelry, nodding to his Hopi heritage and the landscape he grew up in.

Designs by Loloma include:

• Lot 32 | Lander Turquoise and 18K Gold Ring | Estimate: $18,000 - 22,000

• Lot 36 & 37 | Abstract Height Cuff Bracelets | Estimate for each: $15,000 - 20,000

• Lot 40 | Wide Tufa Cast Height Cuff Bracelet | Estimate: $10,000 - 15,000

• Lot 33 | Bisbee Turquoise and 14K Gold Tufa Cast Shield Ring | Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000

• Lot 149 | Denise Wallace (Chugach-Sugpiaq, b. 1957) | Bird Head Mask, 1/1, 1993 | Estimate: $10,000 - 15,000

• Lot 29 | Lewis Lomay (Hopi, 1915-1996) | Award Winning Sterling Silver Ram's Horn Necklace | Estimate: $4,000 - 6,000

• Lot 50 | Preston Monongye (Mission-Adopted Hopi, 1927-1987) | Large Silver Tufa Cast Shalako Pin / Pendant, 1973 | Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000

The full auction can be viewed online here.

Bidding for the July 13th sale will begin at 10am ET and will be available online via Hindman’s Digital Bid Room.

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