Don Dewa – Zuni

Published on February 4, 2013 by Casey

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Don Dewa
Sun Face Cuff Bracelet by Don Dewa

Don Dewa

Don Dewa began making jewelry in 1970, mostly small cluster pieces. About 1990, Don learned mosaic inlay from his mother-in-law, Lorretta Quam Eriacho.

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He has become an absolute master at mosaic and channel inlay, and has incorporated his trademark sunface “spinner” design in bracelets, rings, bolos and pendants.

Don’s work is published in many books on Zuni jewelry

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