Inlaid Buckle by Charles Loloma



 



Exceptional Inlaid Buckle by Charles Loloma


Charles Loloma (1921-1991, Hopi) is widely recognized as a revolutionary Native American Indian jeweler because his innovative style was a complete departure from traditional forms. Working from the mid-1950s through the mid-1980s, Loloma continually evolved his craft. With the evolution of his work, he attained increasing fame, and today his pieces are the most sought after of any Native jeweler.

Composed of a stunning combination of high grade natural turquoise, lapis lazuli, coral, fossil ivory, ironwood and gold inlaid in sterling silver, this buckle dating from the 1970s is a quintessential example of Loloma's work. His iconic raised stone-to-stone inlay exemplifies his unparalleled artistic eye, mixing natural stones in exquisite, perfectly complimentary compositions.

Inlaid section measures 2 ⅜" by 1 ¼". Total length is 3". Will fit up to 1 ⅛" belt.


Due to the collectible nature of Loloma's work, please inquire if you are interested in seeing more of his pieces.


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Inlaid Buckle
Charles Loloma