Larsen Lee, Navajo Jewelry
Larsen does really nice work, it mostly can be found through the traders who sell to re-sellers such as myself. I'm not sure he/she has a "style" as such as I sense he/she is fulfilling shop orders. Most of the work I see signed LL tends to be pretty traditional and not terribly distinctive but I'm usually drawn to it because it is always attractive and executed so well. I guess that makes it distinctive - so much for my theory. This was purchased from a trader - not from the artist.
Description: Turquoise cabochon - Turquoise Mountain Mine with twist wire and sawed silver perimeter. The turquoise is probably stabilized.
Total Height/Drop: 1-1/2"
Total Width: 13/16"W
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