Inlay Zia SunFace Money Clip Native American Zuni Silversmith Pino Yurie NAM-1401B Closeout Final Sale. Inlay Zia SunFace with Headdress Money Clip created by Native American Zuni Silversmith Pino Yurie NAM-1401B. This is an incredible amount of labor in creating this Inlay SunFace with Sterling Silver, natural stone, shell and block Turquoise. It is not uncommon for block Turquoise to be utilized for inlay in such pieces that will take much wear and tear. Although the Inlay may not be as detailed as in higher priced Money Clips, this truly shows character of local reservation crafts.
Sterling Silver SunFace set on nickel money clip base and measures 2 inches long by 1 inch wide. Native American Zuni Hallmark scripted on the back P.Y. Zuni - Pino Yurie.
We are offering very special pricing (Final Sale Closeout) on these Money Clips because they contain some imperfections in the metal from setting the SunFace which we just did not feel could be offered in our regular Catalog for Gift Giving. Money Clips typically take much abuse so for personal use they are quite special.
Items marked 'Special Buy, Closeout, Clearance, Final Sale' are not Returnable or Refundable
Zia Sunface is a symbol of happiness, giver of life, warmth, growth, all that is good. The Zia Sunface was adopted by New Mexico in the early 1900's for their State Flag. Various styles of this symbol are seen throughout the American Southwestern Indian cultures.