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Thomas Curtis is a Navajo, born ca. 1945.  First beginning his career winning Rodeo championships and then becoming a master silversmith.  He has won 'Best of Division' at Indian Market, Santa Fe along with 1st, 2nd and 3rd places for concha belts, sets and bolos, winning too many jewelry awards to list.  He makes his own tools and designs.  His trademark has been his deep stamping and high quality work.
He was featured in the May 2003 edition of Arizona Highways.

Jake Livingston is a Navajo/Zuni and born in 1946.  He has been actively making jewelry since the early 1970's and was named the Indian Arts & Crafts Association's Artist of the Year in 1988.  He is a top award-winner and his beautiful mosaic inlay jewelry is much sought after. His awards include numerous 1st place and Best of Division's at the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Market. His jewelry is in many private collections and his work has been showcased in a number of books including the Jacka's, Navajo Jewelry A Legacy of Silver and Stone.