Published on February 6, 2013 by Casey
Harry Morgan was a widely renowned and well respected Navajo silversmith and recognized as one of the outstanding Native American jewelers. He established a reputation for distinctively traditional pieces of great quality. He was a fifth-generation silversmith from New Mexico and was inspired by his mother to create jewelry in the old pawn style, which he is now famous for. Today, most of his high quality creations are collector items and can be found in museums. The stamps that Harry used to decorate his work were inherited from his parents and uncles or made by him.
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“The boldness of the silver is what’s beautiful. You don’t want to over decorate the silver. You want your jewelry to be big and bold.”- Harry Morgan