David Tune Belt Buckle


A rare David Tune foray into classical Navajo style. A grandiose raw turquoise tryptic sitting like sacred fruits amongst the dense silver forest. A bold stunning piece signed by the artist himself.

Sterling Silver
Turquoise (USA)

Height: 60 mm / 2⅜”
Width: 75 mm / 3″
Belt opening: 50 mm
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Handmade and signed by renowned artist David Tune. David Tune is a member of the Creek, Hopi and Navajo Tribes. He was born on 21st July 1955 in Winslow, Arizona, and grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. In 1976 he was commissioned to design the jewellery for the National March of Dimes Poster Child and Past President Ford Senate. David has been the recipient of numerous awards throughout his illustrious career, including the Gold Division award at the Gallup Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial and Grand Master Award at the Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City.

Turquoise Properties

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