Aaron Anderson, Bracelet, Kingman Turquoise, Bug Inspired, Navajo Made, 6 1/2"
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|Widest Point on Bracelet Band||1.6|
|Bracelet Wrist Size||6.5|
|Gemtype Stone Shape||irregular-shape|
|Main Stone||Kingman Turquoise|
I don't know the inspiration behind this design, but it has been incorporated into Navajo jewelry early on. Many artists draw from their environment and this does closely resemble a common Four Corner's arthropod. Take a hike out into the high desert and push over a rock and there you will find the centipede. This interesting creature is filled with legs and has a long body. Navajo silversmith Aaron Anderson has recreated the centipede in this unique silver and stone cuff. He has filled the body and legs with gorgeous blue Kingman Turquoise stones. You will find the narrow design of the cuff will wear comfortably all day long, and no one should be frightened when they see this stunning piece.
Total Circumference (includes opening) - 6 1/2"
Opening - 1"
Widest Point - 1 5/8"
Weight - 170.8 grams
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