Tommy Singer Single Strand Necklace


Item Number: DR 1296
Tribal Affiliation: Navajo
Artist: Tommy Singer
Medium: Sterling silver, turquoise, Spiny Oyster, Jasper and others
Age: Circa 1990s
Dimensions: 26” in length



Tommy Singer is arguably one of the most famous Native American jewelers. All of his work is very distinctive, and is coveted by collectors and enthusiasts alike. He has worked for years with his family creating beautiful jewelry in silver and gold with traditional patterns and designs.

This single strand multi-bead necklace is a perfect example of the kind of jewelry that is iconic Tommy Singer. This necklace is made up of several different stabilized graduated disc beads that include turquoise, Spiny Oyster, Apple Coral, along with several beads and sterling silver accents. Two of Tommy Singer’s signature handmade barrel beads serve as accents at the lower section of the necklace serving to divide the necklace into matching halves. The upper sections are intermixed with sterling silver barrel beads and various beautiful semi-precious gem stones. The clasp is sterling silver and has one of the Singer trademark tags. This piece was made by Tommy before he lost his life in a motorcycle accident.

Condition: Excellent- original condition
Provenances: Acquired from a private collector

Additional information

Weight 12 oz