This beautiful Native American handmade sterling silver shadowbox style bracelet, was made by the great silversmith team of Gene & Martha Jackson. Gene is known for his shadowbox work, like the bracelet featured here. Martha passed away in January 2019. This bracelet was purchased from her in 2017.
The bracelet measures 1-1/4 wide at the front, narrowing to 7/8 wide at the terminals, with an inside end-to-end inside measurement of 5-3/8 plus 1-1/8 gap. The bracelet is not adjustable. The bracelet weighs 67.7 grams.
Brand new and in perfect condition. Please ignore the reflections noticeable in the polished sterling silver cuff. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked by the artists.
About Gene & Martha Jackson: Martha and Gene Jackson are Navajo silversmiths from Arizona. They have been making beautiful handcrafted sterling silver jewelry since the 1980s. They are featured in many Native American jewelry books and have won many awards. Gene & Martha Jackson are members of I.A.C.A. and I had the pleasure of meeting them and purchasing this bracelet and other jewelry directly from them at several different IACA wholesale markets. The workmanship is impeccable - you can always depend upon quality when you purchase a piece of Gene & Martha Jackson jewelry. Martha passed away in January 2019.