Turquoise, Lapis, & Imitation Opal
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Miscellaneous Artist for Stoneweaver, Navajo Jewelry - New Mexico
A beautiful piece of Stoneweaver work. I found this at a wholesaler at the back of a drawer behind the bins that held the jewelry. I think it's the only reason it was still there. The colors are just stunning. and both the silver and inlay work are perfectly executed. I recognize the hallmark as that of a Stoneweaver artist but cannot identify who it is.
It' NOT your imagination the bracelet is flipped over in the picture with the quarter. You can wear it either way. I didn't notice until I was getting ready to post.
Remember to check the dimensions-the photos are extreme close-ups
Metal: Sterling Silver
Stones or Other Materials: Turquoise, Lapis Lazuli, Imitation Opal, & Sterling Silver
Total Bracelet Size: 6-1/4" - (Medium)
Inside Measurement (Metal Only): 5-1/4" (Gap): 1"
MINIMALLY ADJUSTABLE - You may be able to get a total of an 1/8" movement on this but it is important to note any jewelry that has been adjusted or altered may NOT be returned.
Bracelet Width (Top of inlay to bottom of inlay): 3/8" to 1/4"
Signed: with copyright symbol
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