Harry Morgan's jewelry looks as though it could have been made fifty years ago. He used the finest natural turquoise, and decorated his work with stamps inherited from his parents and uncles or made by him. He often rolled his own silver, and put a satin finish on every piece to give it an antique look. "That's the way old style jewelry should look. When silver is all shined up it hides all of the intricate detail in the stamp work and the bezels."
Harry lived near Gallup, New Mexico, where he grew up, and passed on in spring, 2008. He won awards at every major indian art show, and he was a wonderful person. We miss him.