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Old Pawn Style Navajo Delbert Gordon Turquoise Sterling Silver Bracelet

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Old Pawn Style Navajo Delbert Gordon Turquoise Sterling Silver Bracelet

$585.00

Top quality American Indian handmade turquoise sterling silver bracelet, by Navajo Delbert Gordon. Natural Turquoise Mountain stone. The bracelet measures 7/8-inch wide with scalloped edges. It has an inside end to end measurement of 5-7/8 plus an opening gap of 1 and weighs 61.8 grams. The bracelet is not very adjustable but it is very comfortable. Item #4744

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This fantastic old pawn style Native American turquoise and sterling silver bracelet was hand made by Navajo artist Delbert T. Gordon. The bracelet is set with a natural Turquoise Mountain turquoise stone that is surrounding with twisted silver wire and applied stamped and repousse silver work. This bracelet works well for either a man or a woman.

The bracelet measures 7/8-inch wide with scalloped edges. It has an inside end to end measurement of 5-7/8 plus an opening gap of 1 and weighs 61.8 grams. The bracelet is not very adjustable but it is very comfortable. My wrist is 6 inches around and the bracelet is slightly loose on me.

Brand new in perfect condition. It is stamped sterling and has Delbert Gordon's hallmark. Certificate of Authenticity included.

Delbert Gordon is one of the best silversmiths around. He was born in Fort Defiance, Arizona in 1955. He is a self-taught silversmith and goldsmith and he has been a teacher of other silversmiths, including his nephew Derrick Gordon. He is one of those artists that turns everything he makes into a great piece of Navajo art.