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Edison Cummings

Edison Cummings'
silver work is typified by excellent craftsmanship and design, which reflects his training and education at the Institute of American Indian Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico and ASU in Tempe, Arizona. There he learned techniques of sculpture and metal stretching. He has been a consistent winner at SWAIA Indian Market in Santa Fe and at the Heard Guild Show in Phoenix for many years. A skilled and original artist, Edison Cummings was chosen in 2004 by the Heard Museum to design a trophy that the museum gives annually to outstanding supporters. For more on Edison Cummings, please see the Summer, 2005 issue of American Indian Art magazine, where he is featured in an excellent article entitled "Native American Silversmiths of the Southwest".


#8446s Edison Cummings Navajo 14k and Sterling Wave Bracelet
6.25"c x 1"g x; 3/8"w
#6725s Edison Cummings Navajo Tufa cast naja with large bale in back to string on your favorite beads.
2.5" x 2.5"
$350 Sold
#6677s Edison Cummings Navajo Old style repousse' cuff.
6.75"c x 1.25"g x 1.25"w
Edison Cummings #6520s  Edison Cummings
Wide cuff with Ironwood, Heishi and Coral.
6 1.4"c x 1 1.4"g x 1 5.8"w 
$2400 Sold
Edison Cummings #6521s Edison Cummings
Textured Tufa Cast Cuff
6 3/8"c x 1 3/8"g x 2 1/4"w
$1500 Sold
  #6414s Edison Cummings
Tufa Cast Cuff with Tibetan Turquoise
7"c x 1 1/8"g x 2"w

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