The lot features Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and Mexican silver pieces of an old to vintage age. Included in this lot is a signed Hopi Native American sterling silver pin, a signed sterling silver Native woman and pot pin, a silver belt buckle, and an Alpaca silver and turquoise money clip. The first pin features a bird fetish deeply engraved. The back of the pin features Hopi artist Phillip Honanie's moon hallmark. The pin also has a loop on the back, so it can be worn as a pendant. The pendant was made around the 1970's. This piece is in good condition and has a few scratches and marks. The piece measures 1 1/2" by 1 1/2". The next pin shows a native woman painting a pot. The woman in the pin is marked ‘sterling’ and has the artist’s mark of BB. The pot is brass colored. The pin measures 2" x 1 1/2" and has some discoloration on it. Next is a silver belt buckle and loop. These are unmarked but highly decorated in a sunburst pattern. The buckle is made for a 1/2" wide belt. The last item in the lot is an Alpaca silver money clip. The clip has two Cripple Creek cabochons and two large silver drops. The cabochons measure 1/2" x 3/4" each; the clip measures 1 7/8" X 1”. All of these items are in good to fair condition.