This beautiful Native American handmade sterling silver shadowbox style bracelet, was hand made by and purchased directly from the great silversmith team of Everett & Mary Teller. The gorgeous natural Kingman turquoise stone is 1-1/2 inch long by 1-1/8 inch wide and it is the color of a New Mexico sky with coppery matrix. The back of the bracelet is stamped with many different southwestern symbols, like coyotes, buffaloes, cactii, steer skulls, arrows, stars and more.
The bracelet measures 1-1/4 wide at the front, narrowing to 1/4 wide at the terminals, with an inside end-to-end inside measurement of 5-1/8 inch plus 15/16-inch gap. The bracelet is can be very carefully adjusted. The bracelet weighs 50.5 grams.
Brand new and in perfect condition. Please ignore the reflections noticeable in the polished sterling silver cuff. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked by the artists.
This is a high quality one of a kind bracelet hand made by two of the Native American jewelry world's premier artists and you will treasure it for a long, long time! Everett & Mary Teller are a Navajo couple from Lukachukia, Arizona who have been making jewelry since 1988. They are constantly pushing the boundaries of Native American jewelry and their work is very distinctive and easily recognizable.