L Begay- are these all the same artist?

I have three pieces that are all marked the same, L. Begay. From quick searches, it seems like there are a lot of artists with the name Begay and multiple variations of L Begay. These pieces look pretty new. I’m wondering if I should try to sell them individually, or as a lot/set? Any advice is appreciated.

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I found L. Begay in Hallmarks of the Southwest by Barton Wright. It doesn’t identify what the L. stands for and all it says is that person worked as a smith for Richardson Trading Co, are Navajo, and first used the L. BEGAY stamp in 1975. Your pieces do look somewhat similar and could be the same silversmith, but ???

The cuff looks something like one I have by Loren Begay.