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Artie Yellowhorse, Navajo
Gorgeous frosty green chalcedony, I never tire of this. This is one of Artie's most popular link bracelet designs.
Artie has served as a judge at Santa Fe Indian Market and has recently joined the Board of Directors of IACA (Indian Arts and Crafts Association). She and her daughter's Desiree and Lei Lani are a real hoot, they make handing over my money so much fun!
Note on color: The chalcedony that Artie gets tend to be frosty green or tend a little more blue. This piece is more to the green.
Type: Bracelet - Link
Metal: Sterling Silver - (4) Dots
Stones or Other Materials: Chalcedony - (3) Dots
Length as Worn: 6-7/8" (Estimated fit, as is: Size 6 to 6-1/2)
This bracelet can be adjusted smaller or larger by removing or adding rings. If you remove a link, for an additional fee a pendant or ring could be made. If you want/need to add there will be an additional cost.
Diameter of Total Chalcedony with Perimeter: 9/16"
Diameter of Chalcedony: 7/16"
Signed: Artie Yellowhorse
Repeatable Design: Yes
Available in other materials: Yes
Lead Time For Custom: This can vary considerably according to availability of materials and whether or not Artie is traveling and/or preparing for a show.
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