The Navajo silver bracelet passed from hand to hand, wrist to wrist, generation to generation; silversmith to mother, mother to daughter, daughter to medicine man and medicine man to the needy. It passed to a trader in Gallup, ended up as dead pawn, was purchased by a Navajo man, given to a young Australian woman, flown across an ocean, stored in a jewelry box, carried up a mountain and then, as if by magic, found its way home again. Each Navajo silver bracelet has a history.

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