Who made this anyone know?

I found this lovely Bowlo and would like to just know who made it

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I got the pieces as a gift and I was wondering if anyone might know who made these beautiful pieces. They have the same markings. Thank you for any help! Bear

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Without seeing the front of it, it’s hard to tell.
A “GS” is used by Glenn & Irene Sandoval, Navajo… you might try entering their name on google & see if their other work looks like your piece?

I could also use some help with identifying this hallmark on my Grandfathers favorite bolo. I was cleaning it with a jewelers cloth and found this mark. Also the leather is damaged should I replace it or leave it. Any help would be greaffuly apreciaed

Then there is this one it .is the last of the marked ones that I have . It would also be nice if some one can tell me who made it and what the stones are.
Thank You

I couldn’t find the marks, sorry. The arrowhead shaped stone is a piece of Turquoise Mountain and the two stones in the bear claw bolo are pieces of Kingman Turquoise. Both of these stones come from Kingman Mining District and show you the diversity of turquoise rocks from the same area. Both of these are Navajo and most likely from the 1980s. Thanks for sharing.