Aaron Toadlena, Row Bracelet, Carico Lake Turquoise, Navajo Handmade, 7 3/8"
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|Widest Point on Bracelet Band||1.6|
|Bracelet Wrist Size||7.25|
|Gemtype Stone Shape||irregular-shape|
|Number of Stones||5|
|Main Stone||Carico Lake Turquoise|
We have a few favorite Native American art publications here at the Trading Post. One that is opened often is the Millicent Rogers’ “Fine Indian Jewelry of the Southwest”. Many of the pages are filled with good old style Navajo silver and stone. That is exactly what this beautiful Carico Lake Turquoise cuff is. It begins with the beautifully decorated silver that takes on a traditional look with the deep stamp designs and split design. All five of the stones that sit on the old style silver are stunning pieces of Carico Lake Turquoise with its unique blue look. Navajo artist Aaron Toadlena has been making silver for decades and is known for his quality craftsmanship. You can find his work in many Native American art galleries across the country. Aaron fills his silver with a traditional look, heavy stamp work against thick silver. We have an interview with this talented and collectible artist on our website, make sure you take the time and read the piece. Also, check out our online Trading Post for more of his work because we are putting a collection of pieces up for sale.
Total Circumference - 7 3/8"
End to End (doesn't include gap) - 6 1/4"
Opening - 1 1/8"
Width – 1 5/8”
Weight - 101.5 grams