13 January 2003
A GROUP OF FIVE NAVAJO SILVER OBJECTS
the first, a spoon, of usual form with handle terminating in openwork whirling log motif, with stamped and etched details, engraved on the reverse, L.Mc.J.P., 1907; the others, small rectangular boxes with hinged lids, each with stamped designs, one with feathered repousse horns, another with a Knife Wing God, and another inset with oval turquoise stone
Lengths: the spoon, 4¼ in. (10.8 cm.); the boxes, ranging from 1 1/8 to 3 in. (2.8 to 7.6 cm.) (5)
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