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Turquoise & Sterling Silver Bracelet Native American Jewelry - 4970sn

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Turquoise & Sterling Silver Bracelet Native American Jewelry - 4970sn

$129.99

Native American Indian Jewelry
#8 Mine Turquoise Bracelet Cuff
By Navajo Artist Joe Piaso Jr
3/4" tall in the front
weight: 17 grams
Sterling Silver Signed

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This lovely cuff bracelet was made by Navajo Artist Joe Piaso Jr
It has a contemporary setting with a wonderful Number 8 Turquoise Stone.

It's marked sterling and signed
For the average wrist, it can be carefully adjusted to fit
It has an inside of about 5 1/2" plus a gap 1"
It's 3/4" tall in the front
The stone is almost 3/4" tall by1/2" wide.
Weight: 17 grams on my scale
placed a quarter there for scale.

Number 8 Turquoise
The Number 8 turquoise mine in Carlin, Nevada was first mined in 1929 until its depletion. In its prime, # 8 produced some of the largest nuggets of turquoise found. A spider web matrix of colors ranging from golden brown to black set off the unique bright powder blue and green background of the stone. It has been valued for it's beauty and reputed spiritual and life giving qualities. Since 1978 there has been no Number 8 Turquoise mined. There is however, an existing stock pile that Mr Dowell Ward, the last owner of the mine, has stocked away for later sorting. Number 8 turquoise is a very valuable acquisition and a collector's item, because once the reserve is gone there will be no more material released onto the market.

Sure to make a Fine addition to any collection, or a great gift! Please note: Pictures are enlarged to show detail, remember everything looks bigger on line :)