Tommy Singer Jewelry Collection

 

  

(right side) Tommy Singer Family, picture circa 1970's.

Thomas (Tommy) Singer was born in 1940 and is from Winslow, Arizona.  Tommy uses sterling silver and turquoise to create artistic expressions of Navajo traditional ways.  In the 1960's, Navajo artist Tommy Singer became famous for inventing the use of turquoise and coral chips in silverwork. This method of design is referred to as "chip-inlay." Tommy's work is well known internationally.  Many of Tommy's pieces feature his own unique hand-made silver and goldcraft beads.  Tommy passed away in 2014, but his legacy lives on in his intricate and detailed work.

 

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