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Eldrick & Charlotte Seoutewa - Zuni
This is a lovely example of the Seoutewas inlay work. Depending on the size of your wrist, it can be worn tight around the wrist or as a loose drop-down bracelet that slides onto the top of the hand.
Due to the size, I have included it in the men's area, it is totally a matter of taste as to whether it would work.
I picked up quite a few pieces at 2015 Santa Fe Indian Market. Their work is all handmade and executed with greater skill and precision than the less expensive "shop" version of similar designs. They are mostly using Kingman turquoise now due to the extreme expense associated with what available of Sleeping Beauty.
A large amount of Zuni work is unsigned and un-hallmarked but the Seoutewa's do both on almost everything
Nice people and active in their Pueblo community affairs.
Materials: Kingman Turquoise & Sterling Silver
Size (Total): 7-1/8" This bracelet could probably be adjusted by an 1/8" if done from the bottom.
Size : 5-13/16" (Metal Only) plus 1-5/16" Gap
Dimensions of Inlay: (2"L x 5/16"H)
Signed: E.C.S. (logo) Zuni
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