Harrison Jim, Bracelet, Number Eight Turquoise, Silver, Navajo Handmade, 6 3/4"
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|Widest Point on Bracelet Band||2.5|
|Bracelet Wrist Size||6.5|
|Gemtype Stone Shape||irregular-shape|
|Number of Stones||7|
|Main Stone||Number Eight Turquoise|
Navajo silversmith Harrison Jim was raised by his Aunt and Grandma and a traditional setting. Both of these women have an appreciation for good handmade Navajo silver and stone that was instilled in Harrison. After time spent learning in the workshops of artists Tommy Jackson and McKee Platero, Harrison decided to market his own style and name for those wanting the good stuff. This bracelet was one of the first revival pieces Perry was able to purchase from Harrison and until now has kept in his own personal collection. Harrison took a buckle from his Grandmother's collection that was a cluster piece that needed work. He popped the stones from the buckle and reshaped them into this row of rectangles and ovals. The rocks are Number Eight Turquoise that are filled with that legendary spider web against brilliant blue. Some of the stones have cracks that are a result of age and wear. They came from the buckle with cracks and do not pose a problem. Harrison set them in a classic Navajo row setting on top of an ingot hammered silver cuff. The piece is expensive, but very special and one of those things that just has the right look and will only ever be one of them, a good piece to own.
Inside Circumference (does not include opening) - 5 1/2
Opening - 1 1/4"
Widest Point - 1 1/4"
Weight - 110.6 grams
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