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ESKIESOSE C.G. WALLACE INGOT NECKLACE*SOLD*
ESKIESOSE C.G. WALLACE INGOT NECKLACE
 
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Artist: Attributed Eskiesose

Circa: 1929's-40's

Provenance: Private Collection LMM

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Product Code: LMM102
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This lovely ingot squash blossom necklace has an early C.G. Wallace traders (price) code which dates it from 1928 into the 1940's.

Eskiesose was best known for his stamp making abilities and cast work. Both he and Hosteen Goodluck were commissioned to make stamps for trader C.G. Wallace. He was one of only a few master jewelers and active from the 1910's to 1940's. This lovely necklace offers hand crafting of ingot silver with a lovely cast Naja. Each of the 14 cast fleur-de-lis are set with beautifully aged Natural turquoise stones and have fine stamp work on each one. A similar necklace with the same stamping is found in the C.G. Wallace Collection auction book, which was made in 1929. There is slight variations in each of the fleur-de-lis components, making this truly a special piece. Not hallmarked, but strong attribution to Eskiesose's work.

The total length is 24" long including the Naja which measures 1 1/2" long by 1 3/8" wide.


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