Native American Indian turquoise bracelet is as seen in Cowboys & Indians magazine. Made by Arizona Navajo artist, Hank Whitethorne. This stunning sterling silver bracelet with a huge chunk of brilliantly colored turquoise flecked by a myriad of blues and greens of such depth you'll gaze at this center stone for hours. The pyramid shaped stone is set by stately, sterling dentil moulding and housed amongst embedded polished sugilite, jet, coral and lapis. A one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry, a one-of-a-kind piece of art. Whitethorne's work is museum quality stunning!
Navajo artist Hank Whitethorne grew up in Shonto, AZ. He is Lok’aa’ dine’e (Reed Clan), born for Hashk’aa hadzohi (Yucca Fruit Strung-Out-In-A-Line Clan). Whitethorne is one of the finest Native American jewelry artists of our time.
Bracelet measures: 5"Circumference with a 1" non-adjustable gap