Southwestern jewelry stolen in Tucson, AZ, January 18, 2015
Stolen from Morning Star Traders, January 18th, 2015, at 2020 E. Speedway Bld., Tucson, AZ 85719: large lot of Southwestern jewelry.
The following is missing: Taken from 20 bracelet bars—300 plus -Old ingot bracelets to 1930’s Fred Harvey bracelets. 6- Necklaces: 1- 3 linked Zuni inlay eagle choker, Eagles mostly black and crouched downward. 1- Pedipoint Navajo choker, 1- large Navajo silver bead necklace with large silver naja at bottom, 1- Zuni inlay sunface design necklace with muti stones and earrings, 1 small Zuni knifewing squash necklace, 1-great old tab necklace. 1-Large blue gem inlay cross with chain by Leo Poblano. This peace is Approximately 5” tall by 4” wide. 150 or more old Zuni and Navajo pins and pendants. Taken from (7) 8”x 15” trays. A mix of new and old hair barrettes, and combs. 1 large inlay Zuni ring with center sunface design and feather design top and bottom. 15 Navajo 1930’s Turquoise pendants on chains. FRED HARVEY JEWERLY VERY INDENTIFIABLE: HAS OLD 1930’s PRICES ON BACK OF SOME OF THE JEWERLY!!!!
The following pictures show a representation of what’s missing. Not all that is missing is here. Any questions please call 520-977-1771 or email pictures to email@example.com