Native American jewelry
Santo Domingo
Pueblo


Kenneth Aguilar Santo Domingo coral necklace
Native American
Eyedazzler Necklace

11 strands of coral and lapis
beads with sterling silver findings

22"

by Kenneth Aguilar

MU77 - $1,650

Aguilar is one of Santo Domingo's
most accomplished jewelry artists.
His shell on shell pendants are
spectacular. So is this 11-strand
necklace that can also be used to
suspend one of his pendants. Or,
as an object of Native American
jewelry, it stands on its own.

Incidentally, the pueblo that was
once known as Santo Domingo,
a name given to it at its founding
by Spanish priests, recently,
decided to rename the Pueblo
as Kewa, reflecting their Native
American heritage and traditions..


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