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Charoite & Sterling Silver Link Bracelet Native American Jewelry - 2891sn

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Charoite & Sterling Silver Link Bracelet Native American Jewelry - 2891sn

$249.99$199.99

Fabulous Choroite Link Bracelet
Native American Jewelry
By Navajo Artist Lyle Piaso
7 1/2" long
weight: 24.7 grams
Sterling Silver Signed

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This Fabulous link bracelet was created by Navajo Artist Lyle Piaso
It's simply designed and features five lavender / purple Charoite gemstones.
It has a toggle clasp and dangles beautifully on the wrist.
This type of bracelet is fairly easy to add more circles to make it longer.
I had 3 extra circles added to one of my bracelets at a kiosk jeweler in the mall

It's marked sterling and signed
It's 7 1/2" long and can be adjusted smaller
The gemstones are uniform and measures 1/2" wide by 3/8" tall.
Weight: 24.37 grams on my scale
I placed a quarter there for scale.

Charoite is a gorgeous and interesting gemstone with vivid colors that range from lavender to deep purple with a cat's eye effect. The only location in the world that this stone is found is in Russia. Wearing Charoite is believed to enhance self esteem, accelerate spiritual growth, soothe hot emotions and give a feeling of security. Charoite changes loneliness to love and warms the heart, it shows you the way through your fears to perfect peace. Who knew? A lot more information on this gemstone can be found on the internet

Lyle Piaso is a third generation Navajo silversmith, originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico. He attended Chinle High School in Chinle, Arizona. He went on to attend the Community College in Tsaile, Arizona. After earning his degree in accounting, Lyle moved back to Albuquerque. Upon returning to New Mexico, Lyle began to silversmith along side his father Joe Piaso Jr., who has continued to inspire him over the years.

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 :)