Hello, I am wondering if someone here might be able to assist me in the identification of the hallmark/copyright insignia/maker's mark shown in the first, attached photo (please click to enlarge). As best I can describe it - it's a reversed dollar sign, with only a single hash mark through it, as opposed to two. It is stamped onto the bottom of each, tiny charm strung onto my sterling silver, heishi-fetish-styled jewelry shown in the second photo.
I don't believe that these pieces were formally produced by NA hands, but I am assuming they were fabricated by one of the Southwestern jewelry houses. I had presumed all along that they were Kabana pieces, based on their Wildlife Collection in production at that time, but they informed me recently that they are not. They did, however, suggest that they might have been made by Steven Stacy of Sundancer, but upon contacting them, they too informed me that that wasn't the case.
I purchased these pieces in Tucson, AZ, in 1994, at the jewelry show. The vendor that I purchased them from, American Silver, doesn't appear to be around any longer.
I would appreciate any help you can offer. If you are unable to identify it, can you, please, direct me to someone who might be able to. Thank you, in advance, for your time and assistance...briolette