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Navajo Indian Delbert Gordon Kingman Turquoise Silver Bracelet

$1,195.00

Fabulous, top quality Native American Indian handmade turquoise sterling silver bracelet, by Navajo Delbert Gordon. Large natural Kingman turquoise stone. Measures 1-5/8 inch wide with an inside end-to-end measurement of 5-1/4 plus a gap of 1-1/4. 114 grams. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back! Item #5541

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This marvelous handmade sterling silver and turquoise bracelet was created by Navajo silversmith, Delbert Gordon. Delbert Gordon was born in Fort Defiance, Arizona in 1955 and he is one of best Navajo artists around. He makes wonderful pieces of Navajo art.

The bracelet features a high quality natural 1-1/2 inch by 1 inch natural Kingman Turquoise stone. Applied silver adornments, scalloped edges, deep stamping, repousse and an old pawn style oxidized finish make this bracelet way beyond the ordinary! The bracelet measures 1-5/8 inch wide with an inside end-to-end measurement of 5-1/4 plus a gap of 1-1/4. It weighs 114 grams.

Brand new and in perfect condition. The inside of the cuff is stamped sterling and has Delbert's hallmark. Certificate of Authenticity included and gift box included.

.Delbert Gordon is a self-taught silversmith and goldsmith. He has been a teacher of other silversmiths, including his nephew Derrick Gordon.