Pin antique and got from an estate auction


#1

I would like to know if I can find tribe that is affiliated with the making of the pin and the artist . It is signed with a cursive R ?


#2

If these don’t help I will try to take a better pic of the Halmark R


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#3

This is much better sorry


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#4

It looks like little needle and pinning in there


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#5

Help ?


#6

Can anyone help me ??


#7

Hello, the style is Zuni. However, that does not mean it is not Navajo made. Many Zuni artists will use a etched initial for the hallmark. Navajo silversmiths many times use a stamped hallmark. I would call this Zuni, but not familiar with the R etching. Thanks for sharing.