Markings : A Acoya, pictograph hallmarks inside the cuff. Country of Origin: United States - Navajo Nation.Gram Weight: 44.1 Grams. Main Stone : Number 8 Turquoise. Main Stone Measurements/Color : 0.6" long by 0.6" wide, Robin's Egg Blue with tight black spiderweb matrix. Stone Treatment : The stone appears to be untreated, but we are not certified Gemologists and cannot be sure. Item Measurements: The bracelet has an inside circumference of 6.5", including a wrist gap of 1.5". It has an inside diameter of 2.25. The cuff flares from 0.7" to 1.4" wide. This cuff has a wrist gap, and is designed to slip over the wrist at the opening. This gorgeous Sterling Silver bracelet was handmade by the talented Navajo silversmith Art Acoya! It features a rare, beautiful Number 8 Turquoise stone at the center, set in a squared sawtooth bezel.
The turquoise is a rich Robin's egg blue, with tight, black spiderwebbing matrix running throughout. Flaring out on either side of this gorgeous stone are two finely detailed feathers that act as the cuff of this bracelet. The feathers feature chevron designs hand carved into the quill, and textured striations along the feather itself. Applied on top of the feathers are two delicate Sterling Silver vines that end in petite granulated beads.The cuff features a slightly oblong shape for a more natural fit on the wrist. This stunning bracelet is truly a work of art that you can wear! Please take this into consideration before. This beautiful piece was made by a very talented Native American silversmith. It features hand crafted silversmith work throughout. Number Eight Turquoise is one of the more rare types of Turquoise to come out of Nevada. It is famous for its gorgeous blue hues mixed with very tight brown spider web matrix throughout the stone, it is very distinct and a beautiful looking! The item "Vintage Native Navajo Sterling Silver #8 Turquoise Acoya Feather Cuff Bracelet" is in sale since Sunday, March 18, 2018.
This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Bracelets". The seller is "abeautifultimeco" and is located in Fort Collins, Colorado. This item can be shipped worldwide.