pawntastic

New Vintage Southwest Jewelry

Arizona, United States · 460 Sales

pawntastic

New Vintage Southwest Jewelry

Arizona, United States 460 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Bill Reimbold

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Bill Reimbold

Mayan Mind Bender in Sterling Silver and Jade
US$245.00
Empty Nest Post Back Earrings
US$29.00
Stennich Turquoise Sterling Pendant
US$125.00
Earth and Sky Sterling Stud Earrings
US$40.00
Size 6 Pixie Turquoise Sterling Ring
US$60.00
Generations Sterling Cuff Bracelet Size 7
US$125.00
El Jimador Sterling Pendant
US$110.00
Agave Sterling Cuff Bracelet
US$125.00
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yrambo

yrambo on Jul 26, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

This piece is wonderful! I feel happy wearing it and I am all over the beautiful colors. Thanks again Bill, for hitting the mark in fantastic designs, stones and everything else it takes to create something as special as this ! YRAMBO

thomas268

thomas268 on Jul 13, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I love this pendant. The design is unique and beautiful. Thank You.😊

abpjohnson1

abpjohnson1 on Jul 12, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I love this pendant for a lot of reasons: the Royston turquoise is beautiful, the workmanship is fantastic, and the design is unique. But most of all, I love that it makes me smile.

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Captain Sugilite Abides!

In 1985 I went to a Los Angeles Halloween party dressed as Captain Sugilite. The costume involved purple tights, a cape, and a big "S" on my chest. I will spare you any further details. How I came to be Captain Sugilite is a story that began in 1981. A summary of the story can be found in my Profile page at my Etsy shop. Since that time I have been creating jewelry using primarily Sugilite in the beginning and naturally evolving into the use of other stones to widen my color palette. My recollection of the party in 1985 is somewhat vague, but I was reminded recently (by someone who was present) that it was on that evening I learned I could not actually fly. Ouch. But, as you can see, I am at least alive and well!

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