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LARGE Richard Singer Navajo Horse Storyteller Sterling Silver Bracelet

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LARGE Richard Singer Navajo Horse Storyteller Sterling Silver Bracelet

$765.00

Wide Native American sterling silver overlay bracelet, featuring a Horse theme, created by Navajo Richard Singer, son of silversmith Tommy Singer. 2 inch wide bracelet with an inside end-to-end measurement of almost 7 inches plus a 1-1/8 slightly adjustable gap. Fits a fairly large wrist. Item#6015

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This extra wide Native American Horse Storyteller sterling silver overlay bracelet was created by Richard Singer, son of world famous Navajo silversmith Thomas Singer.

The 2 inch wide bracelet features several horse figures on either side of the center turquoise stone.

The bracelet measures 2 inches wide with an inside end-to-end measurement of almost 7 inches plus a 1-1/8 slightly adjustable gap. The bracelet weighs 92.1 grams and is very comfortable to wear. It will fit a fairly large wrist. Brand new and in perfect condition. Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked R Singer in script with a feather

About Robert Singer: Robert Singer works in a variety of styles including the Silver Overlay technique, made famous by his father, Tommy Singer.

About Silver Overlay Jewelry: Overlay is a process of soldering one piece of silver, from which a design has been cut, over another piece of silver. The top layer is a handmade, hand cut overlay created from a sheet of sterling that is then bonded to the base layer of sterling. The base layer background is usually oxidized, which turns the silver surface black, and is often scratched or stamped. The oxidation brings out a contrast between the two pieces and makes the individual designs more visible. This technique remains characteristic of the Hopi Indians, although several well regarded Navajo silversmiths use it too. Tommy Singer, the Becenti brothers and Everett & Mary Teller are examples of Navajo artists who do overlay work with distinctive and recognizable styles.