Lester James, Bracelet, Tufa, Story Teller, Night Inlay, Navajo Handmade, 7 in

Tribe Navajo
Age Group Adult
Artist James, Lester
Age Circa 2010's
Item Weight 0.4982
Gap in Cuff Style Bracelet 1.25
Widest Point on Bracelet Band 1.6
Bracelet Wrist Width 2.5
Gemtype Stone Shape irregular-shape
Gender Unisex
Clasp Type other-clasp-type
Number of Stones 6
Necklace Chain Type other-chain-type
Weight Grams 76
Bracelet Wrist Size 7
Main Stone Multi-Stone
Metal Sterling Silver

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Many Navajo still live in the old ways. No electricity and no running water is common for those who choose to live on the remote parts of the Navajo Nation. The choice of housing is a hogan and daily chores include things like feeding the horses and sheep along with chopping wood for cooking and heating. Navajo artist Lester James captures that Navajo lifestyle in this incredible piece of wearable art. He has carved a Navajo woman herding her sheep with a hogan, wagon and horse behind her. What is really extraordinary about this piece is the night inlay scene found below the story. Lester fills the night sky with shooting stars, comets, planets and stars. Add this one-of-a-kind bracelet to your collection of authentic Native Art.

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