Created in his signature style, this unique dragonfly bracelet by Navajo silversmith Alex Sanchez features sterling silver, petroglyph style designs and a large natural Sonoran turquoise stone. The bracelet is covered with applied silver dragonflies, symbolizing beauty, a bear, a healing hand, a sunface, crosses, migration spirals, and more against an oxidized, textured backdrop. The center of the bracelet features a detailed three-dimensional silver dragonfly. A single natural Sonoroan turquoise stone forms the body of the dragonfly. The bracelet is hand stamped on the inside of the cuff and on the underside of the dragonfly's wings and tail. Don't miss the opportunity to add this unique, one of a kind bracelet to your collection.
The bracelet measures 1-1/2 inches wide with an inside end-to-end measurement of 5-1/2 inches plus a 1-1/8 inch gap. The dragonfly measures about 3 inches long by 3 inches wide at the widest point. The bracelet weighs 152.4 grams (over 5 ounces!).
Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked by the artist.
Alex Sanchez from Gallup, New Mexico has been making jewelry over twenty five years and he is of Navajo and Zuni descent. Alex is the younger brother of Myron Panteah and Brad Panteah. His technique is a wonderful blend of contemporary and traditional styles. He is known for his unique petroglyph jewelry.