James Little first gained major recognition in 1979 when he appeared with all the great Southwest Native American jewelers and silversmiths of the time in the Arizona Highways Collector's Edition - "The New look in Indian Jewelry". In that article, James appeared alongside Preston Monongye, (Senator / Silversmith) Ben Nighthorse, Gibson Nez, Jesse Monongye, Richard Tsosie, Boyd Tsosie and Charles Loloma to name a few. James Little sees the world in his own way. Perhaps, that is because he was born deaf (his hearing later surgically restored) and that void was filled by his other senses. His jewelry is a reflection of the beauty around him. Navajo people say, "walk in beauty". James helps us do that. James's hallmark is either 4 straight lines or the letter's JL inside an arrowhead. There will always be either one (or sometimes both) in all James Little jewelry.More
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