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George Kee Silver & Ironwood Cufflinks

George Kee (Navajo) was a silversmith at the legendary White Hogan Shop in the middle of the 20th century. He was taught by Kenneth Begay, considered by many to be "the father of Native American jewelry", and influenced by his work. His brothers are Ivan & Allen Kee, are also famous in their own right. The cufflinks reflects the modernist design elements of the mid-century.

Cufflinks circa 1950s/1960s. Measures 1 1/4" and are hallmarked "GK".

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