Famed Navajo silversmith Roger Skeet Sr. made jewelry for many years for the prominent Navajo and Zuni Indian trader, Charles Garrett (C.G.) Wallace. Roger Skeet Jr. worked for years alongside his father at C.G. Wallace’s until Skeet Sr.’s death in 1959. One of the main benefits of working for an important trader with a high-end clientele such as C.G. Wallace was having access to the finest quality materials and tools for making jewelry and it is quite likely that this is how this fantastic turquoise stone was originally acquired. Their Concho belts remain as an example of their excellent work.