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Morris Robinson

Morris Robinson (1900-1987) is one of the most masterful goldsmith and silversmith producers, who is from the Hopi and Third Mesa and born into the Snake Clan. His iconic hallmark is the letter H and a snake representing his people and his clan.

In the 1920’s Robinson’s deco designs became groundbreaking jewelry at the turn of the century, which paved the way to be set apart from his peers. He became the most influential artist in his time, including influencing the infamous Charles Loloma and Kenneth Begay.