STOLEN - 3rd Phase Chief's Blanket, Jewelry & Spoons

Stolen in August 2004:
– A CLASSIC PERIOD 3rd phase CHIEF BLANKET having raveled cochineal dyed red (small specks of white appear in the red weft threads), indigo, natural white and brown
– A complete plains INDIAN GERMAN-SILVER necklace with colored beads and rocker engraved concho and tweezer pendant
– Two large man’s CLASSIC PERIOD silver ingot cuff bracelets – one withtwo CERRILLOS turquoise stones, the other with three CERRILLOS turquoise stone
– An unusual CLASSIC PERIOD woman’s bracelet with five turquoise stones (two blue and three green) set with extremely rare curled silver bezels.
– An EARLY PUEBLO boy’s size plain silver square shaped bangle with hands at the terminals.
– Three EARLY silver SPOONS each with unusual die stamping and design – one with a stamped design of a figure of an Indian wearing a feather headdress and holding a spear in the spoon bowl with a frog with a small turquoise set at the handle end; one that was over-sized with intricate deep stamp work (no pictures available)

Stolen May 2012:

  • Two Silver bracelets with stamping and repousse work.

If you have information about any of these items, please contact Jack Cassin at
There is a $20,000 reward for information leading to the return of the 3rd Phase Chief’s Blanket.