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Nelson Morgan Navajo Turquoise Silver Mudhead Kachina Bracelet

$299.99

Native American Mudhead Kachina bracelet handmade by Navajo kachina artist, Nelson Morgan. Genuine turquoise stone. The bracelet measures 2-1/8 wide at the front, with an inside end-to-end measurement of 5-1/2 plus a 1-1/4 adjustable opening gap. Item# 3454

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Native American Handmade Mudhead Kachina sterling silver bracelet, created by Navajo artist, Nelson Morgan. Nelson Morgan is one of the most well-known kachina character jewelry artists in the southwest. We have more of his pendants and necklaces available.

The three-wire support cuff bracelet measures 2-1/8 wide at the front, with an inside end-to-end measurement of 5-1/2 plus a 1-1/4 adjustable opening gap. The bracelet can be carefully adjusted to fit. It weighs about 40 grams.

Brand new in perfect condition. Created by Navajo Nelson Morgan and his hallmark is stamped on the back. Certificate of Authenticity and Gift Box included with your purchase. Please check our other listings for more unusual kachina jewelry by this great Navajo artist