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Navajo Calvin Begay Lapis Turquoise Inlay Ladies Watch Bracelet

Native American Navajo turquoise & lapis inlay sterling silver watch bracelet. Designed by Calvin Begay. Inlay by N. Becenti. The bracelet measures 6-3/4" long (when closed). Item#2182

$ 299.99     Available: 1     Back


Navajo artist Calvin Begay designed this lovely Sterling Silver Multi stone Inlaid Link Watch Bracelet, with four turquoise & lapis lazuil channel inlaid links. The link measures approximately 3/8" wide at the widest points to 1/4" wide at the narrowest point. The bracelet measures 6-3/4" long (when closed). There's a lock and a sterling silver safety chain.

A new "SelecTime" quartz watchface with stainless steel back is attached to this bracelet.

Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. 

Calvin Begay is an award winning artist, jeweler, designer and master craftsman. Starting as jewelry maker, he has evolved into a designer, supervising the manifestation of his ideas at A Touch of Santa Fe. This bracelet is hallmarked Calvin Begay and with the hallmark of the Navajo inlayer N. Becenti, as well as TSF, Dine and Sterling. Calvin has moved on and is currently working for another jewelry establishment in Gallup, New Mexico.

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