Aaron Anderson, Bracelet, Carved Eagle, Sterling Silver, Navajo Handmade 6.5

Some pretty amazing pieces of wearable art comes out of Aaron Anderson?۪s studio. This fifth-generation silversmith is still working on new designs that have never been seen before. We had never seen Aaron make an eagle before, and his first is something spectacular. He has carved the majestic bird in flight and turned that wide wing span into a bracelet. You are going to be blown away by the carved detail of the feathers. Aaron uses two polishes, a mirror shine across the top of the feathers with a darker bottom. This is going to be your favorite piece of wearable art, don?۪t miss out on an original.
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