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Effective October 1, 2019, I can no longer sell or ship jewelry to customers residing in the state of Kansas due to Kansas's extremely complicated remote seller sales tax laws. In order to ship to Kansas, I would be required to collect and remit city, state and local sales tax on all items shipped to Kansas. There are more than 900 different sales tax jurisdictions in Kansas. ALL other states in the U.S. have a small seller exemption for small sellers like me. Hopefully Kansas lawmakers will remedy this situation soon. I apologize for this inconvenience.
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Leon Martinez Navajo Turquoise Silver Bracelet

$1,099.99

Highest quality Native American turquoise bracelet, by Navajo silversmith, Leon Martinez. Large high quality natural turquoise stone. Measures 1-5/8 wide with an inside end-to-end measurement of 5-1/4 plus a 1-1/8 opening gap. Item# 3089

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Native American handmade sterling silver & turquoise bracelet, created by Navajo Leon Martinez. The stunning natural turquoise stone is set in a unique setting with an old pawn style finish. The applied silver work and the fine hand stamping accentuates the setting and the stone. Leon Martinez manages to bring together the traditional vintage look with the refined silver work of today.

The bracelet measures 1-5/8 wide with an inside end-to-end measurement of 5-1/4 plus a 1-1/8 opening gap and weighs 85 grams.

Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked by the artist.

Leon Martinez, brother to Terry and Calvin Martinez, grew up on the Navajo reservation. Following in his brother's footsteps and mentored by famed jeweler Kirk Smith, his jewelry features traditional Navajo design themes. Leon is known for his work in ingot sterling silver, hand rolling the plate and wire he uses in his creations. He has won several first place awards at the Navajo Nation Fair and Gallup Intertribal Ceremonial.