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Navajo ~ Sunshine Reeves ~ Old Pawn Style Turquoise Cuff Bracelet

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Navajo ~ Sunshine Reeves ~ Old Pawn Style Turquoise Cuff Bracelet

$450.00

Native American handmade Turquoise Sterling Silver Hand Stamped Cuff Bracelet, created by Navajo silversmith Daniel Sunshine Reeves. Measures 5/8 wide and an inside end-to-end measurement of 5-3/4 plus an additional 1-1/4 gap. Natural Kingman turquoise stone. Item#3619

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This Turquoise and Sterling Silver Hand Stamped Cuff Bracelet was created by Navajo artist Daniel Reeves, also known as Sunshine Reeves. The genuine Kingman Turquoise stone is a deep teal blue color with light brown and reddish brown matrix. There are two 'sunshine" ray overlays on either side of the center stone. The bracelet is covered end-to-end with complex hand stamped geometric designs.

The sturdy cuff bracelet measures 5/8 wide and an inside end-to-end measurement of 5-3/4 plus an additional adjustable 1-1/4 gap. It weighs 38.8 grams.

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

Sunshine Reeves" older brothers, Gary Reeves and David Reeves, taught him the craft of silver-smithing. He is a world-renowned artist, taking several 'Best of Show" awards and 1st place ribbons at various shows and Indian Markets. His jewelry is also shown at the Peabody Museum and the Heard Museum. >

This is a top-quality Native American bracelet at a very reasonable price!