Native American Indian jewelry by Navajo Benny Ration

Navajo Indian

Native American pendant
in sterling silver of a maiden
figure with red shell cabuchon

2.5" long including bale x .87" wide

In the distinctive style
of Bennie Ration

MX19 - $160

Born at Canoncita Navajo Reservation
in NM in 1955, Bennie Ration's childhood
included observing his father, John Ration,
working silver. Encouraged by his father's counsel,
"You will always have silversmithing to fall back on",
Bennie created his own style of three-dimensional
pieces, using shadow box techniques. The look,
feel and emotion of Bennie Ration's creations
set him apart from other Native American
jewelry geniuses.


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