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Image 0 of Large Navajo Virgil Begay Repousse Stamped Sterling Silver BraceletImage 1 of Large Navajo Virgil Begay Repousse Stamped Sterling Silver BraceletImage 2 of Large Navajo Virgil Begay Repousse Stamped Sterling Silver BraceletImage 3 of Large Navajo Virgil Begay Repousse Stamped Sterling Silver BraceletImage 4 of Large Navajo Virgil Begay Repousse Stamped Sterling Silver BraceletImage 5 of Large Navajo Virgil Begay Repousse Stamped Sterling Silver Bracelet

Large Navajo Virgil Begay Repousse Stamped Sterling Silver Bracelet

$525.00

Heavy Native American Handmade Sterling Silver Bracelet by Navajo silversmith, Virgil Begay, recently deceased. 1 inch wide Old Pawn Revival Style cuff with an inside end-to-end measurement of 6-1/4 plus a slightly adjustable opening gap of 1-1/4. The bracelet is stamped on the inside as well as the outside! Nice heavy unisex bracelet. Item#6014

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This fabulous Navajo hand made sterling silver bracelet takes your breath away! The sterling silver cuff bracelet has scalloped edges and is heavily decorated with repousse, applied silver hogan beads, and is covered with intricate stamping end to end. An oxidized finish completes the old-style look. The bracelet was created by Navajo silversmith, Virgil Begay.

The sturdy bracelet measures 1 inch wide, with an inside end-to-end measurement of 6-1/4 plus there is an opening gap of 1-1/4. The bracelet weighs 101 grams. (That's over 3-1/2 ounces of sterling silver!) The bracelet is stamped on the inside as well as the outside. This nice unisex bracelet works well for a woman or a man.

Brand new in perfect condition. It is stamped sterling and has Virgil Begay's hallmark. Certificate of Authenticity included and gift box included. Virgil's work is exceptional! His cuffs are heavily hand stamped with remarkable, intricate details and he is known for stamping the inside of his cuffs. Unfortunately, Virgil passed away earlier this year.