Set of 10 silver and turquoise buttons made by Navajo (Diné) silversmith artist Ike Wilson (1900-1942). Ike Wilson, who worked with his wife Katherine, would sign the pieces they made with the bow and arrow hallmark. One of the buttons has been repaired, as can be seen by the solder on the back, but is identical to the others. All buttons are 1 3/8" in diameter.
There has been some confusion in the past about the hallmark of Ike Wilson. It seems that sometimes his work was attributed to Austin Wilson. Both men were born in the same year and in a similar area of the reservation and both men worked at times for trader C. G. Wallace and the Kelsey Trading Company. Ike Wilson’s work is signed with a bow and arrow, Austin Wilson used a tomahawk symbol.
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