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Native American Navajo Coral Silver Overlay Bracelet, Eddie Johnson

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Native American Navajo Coral Silver Overlay Bracelet, Eddie Johnson

$395.00

Native American coral and silver overlay bracelet created by Navajo Eddie Johnson, measuring a bit over 1 inch wide and set with a row of 15 natural coral cabs across the front of the bracelet. Measures 5-1/2 inch inside end-to-end measurement plus a 1-1/8 inch gap. Item#7736

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Here is a nice contemporary Native American coral and silver bracelet created by Navajo Eddie Johnson. This large handmade silver bracelet is set with a row of 15 natural coral cabochons. The stones are offset with a silver overlay step design above and below them. The coral is in excellent condition, with no cracked or loose stones, set in scalloped bezels.

The bracelet measures a bit over 1 inch wide and the inside end-to-end measurement is 5-1/2 inch plus there is a 1-1/8 inch gap. It weighs 46.2 grams. My wrist is 6 inches around and the bracelet is a little loose on me.

Brand new and in perfect condition. Certificate of Authenticity and gift box included with your purchase. Hallmarked by the artist, Eddie Johnson.

STERLING SILVER OVERLAY TECHNIQUE. This technique uses multiple layers of sterling silver soldered together to create a three dimensional effect. 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.