Multi-Row Silver Squash Blossom Necklace and Silver Naja with Turquoise Nuggets – stolen from Santa Fe, NM Residence, July 2006
The following two photos are of a circa 1970s Navajo Silver Necklace and Silver Naja. The Silver Necklace has three rows of silver beads with squash blossoms densely packed (15 blossoms per side) & attached to the third row. The Silver Naja has several Turquoise Nuggets of unusual placement.
“A former tenant (including tenant’s husband and male associate) had access to owner’s property and may be connected to the disappearance of this jewelry. Tenant and associate also had connections to the Santa Fe Opera where the jewelry may have been hidden (per overheard conversation)” .
If you have any information, please contact Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office, Case # 0206007130, Detective Wm. Pacheco, 505-986-2490, or 1-800-742-1144. You may also contact the jewelry’s owner, Melanie Deason at 505-438-7708, at 4763 Morning Street, Santa Fe, NM 87507, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . Thank you for your help. The jewelry once belonged to my elderly mother, who recently passed away.