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Turquoise Channel Inlay Bracelet


Item Number: DR 1170
Pueblo: Zuni Pueblo
Artist: Unsigned
Medium: Ingot silver and turquoise
Age: Circa late 1950s-early 1960s
Dimensions: Bracelet measures 1/2″ wide with an inside circumference of 6″ and a gap of 1 3/8″ for a total of 7 3/8″. This bracelet weighs 45 grams.



This one-of-a-kind bracelet was handcrafted by skilled artists. Although it is not hallmarked, it is abovious this bracelet was made by a master silversmith.

Gorgeous natural blue turquoise with a lovely matrix is set into a sophisticated sterling setting, showcasing the beautiful silver work and inlay technique that Zuni  artists are known for around the world. Blue turquoise and sterling silver is an iconic combination in Native American jewelry, and this bracelet brings them to you in a sophisticated and wearable silhouette.

Condition: Excellent – original condition
Provenance: Purchased from the artist by my mother and kept in the private family collection

Additional information

Weight 2 oz