This sculpture by Toby Henderson is 6" h x 6 1/2" and made of sterling silver with turquoise and coral cabochons.
Hallmarked on the bottom "TH Hand Made, Sterling, Navajo".
Toby Henderson (1964-2019) Navajo silversmith, was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. Toby's work can be described as both traditional and contemporary, he has a special fondness for hand crafted, three-dimensional, sterling silver kachinas such as this Eagle Dancer. Toby was the first in his family to create these freestanding Holy People figures.
The roots of his family tree are buried deep in the Borrego Pass area of the Navajo Reservation in New Mexico. Toby's mother Ella Long, his grandparents, Helen and Jim Long, and his Uncle Phillip Long, and Tommy Long are all silver and gold smiths recognized for high quality and innovative workmanship. Toby learned his art from his grandparents with whom he spent the summer months when he was a young boy. Toby recalled that his Grandparents were patient and inspiring instructors. They were pleased that he was carrying on the family silversmith tradition.
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