Carole, Wilson Begay, Bow Guard, Kingman Turquoise, Sandcast, Navajo Made, Adjustable
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|Artist||Begay, Carole & Wilson|
|Widest Point on Bracelet Band||4.25|
|Bracelet Wrist Size||7|
|Gemtype Stone Shape||oval-shape|
|Number of Stones||1|
Navajo silversmith Carole & Wilson Begay made this classic sandcast ketoh. The bow guard is usually seen worn during ceremonies, but on occasions you will see it worn as daily adornment. When you see someone wearing this style in public it looks awesome, you know that it is Native American and it captures the spirit of the rustic Four Corners perfectly, especially when the leather is worn. The Begay's have made this traditional bow guard using sandcast techniques. The classic design is home to a beautiful piece of Kingman Turquoise, one filled with a fascinating water web. Trust me, if you loved Billy Jack films this bow guard is for you.
Inside Circumference (from hole set to hole set) - 8"
Opening - No opening
Widest Point - 4 1/8"
Weight - 107.7 grams
Can be adjusted