And please check our vintage jewelry gallery for some interesting older bracelets.

 

Coil bracelets by Phillip Tsosie Wonderfully flexible and adjustable the single row is 3/8 inch wide and $!20. The double row is 5/8 wide and $185. BOTH IN TUCSON.

Joseph Coriz from Kewa Pueblo does soem of the most elegant overlay bracelets, He just brought these in to our Santa Fe store. 

The wide bracelet above is 1.5 inches wide. 5 3/8 with a 1 inch opening. $875.

At right, from top to bottom: set with a piece of Candelaria turquoise, Made for a small wrist it is 7/8 inch wide and SOLD. The middle bracelet is 5/8 wide and $400. The bottom bracelet is 1 inch wide and $800.

All are accented with 14kt gold dots and we can e-mail you additional photos that show the work on the sides of each.

The three coil is just over 7/8 inch wide and $260. The four coil is just over 1 inch wide and $320. And finally, the five coil is just under 1 1/4 inch wide and $390 (The four coil is in TUCSON and the other two are in SANTA FE)

Two excellent sand cast bracelets by Gary Custer, both made in a medium ladies' size. The one at left is set with turquoise from the Royston Mine in Nevada. 1.24 inches wide and $485. The one at right is set with a very nice exampple of Morenic turquoise. 1 /58 inches across.  SOLD. (BOTH IN SANTA FE)

Yavapai-Apache jeweler Matagi Sorensen made these two bracelets. In a small ladies size, they are each $225. They each start out 3/8 inch wide and taper down toward the other end of the cuff. (SANTA FE)

Three Navajo inlay lightning bracelets, just under 1/2 inch wide. The coral and turquoise ones are $225 each while the mother of pearl one is $200. (SANTA FE)

The sandcast bracelet at left was made by Robert Sorrell. The line at right terminates in a small coral bead. 1 3/8 inch wide. $875. The bracelet at right is a very nice heavyweight silver stampwork piece by Leonard Nez and is set with turquoise from the Royston Mine. The stone is actually darker and richer than the photo shows, due to the glare of the light. 1 1/4 inch wide and made for a small wrist. $750.

At 2 1/8 inch wide, this twist wire bracelet is a wonderful piece of work. By Philip Tsosie. $900 The inlaid bracelet was made by the late Lynol Yellowhorse. et with spiny oyster shell, turquoise variscite, sugilite and lapis.  1.5 inches wide and made for a small wrist. $875 (SANTA FE)

Three bracelets by Mildred Parkhurst. Each was made for a medium wrist and is abur 3/8 inch wide and $185. From left to right: set with turquoise from Nevada, Royston turquoise from Nevada and Bisbee turquoise from Arizona. (ALL IN SANTA FE)

Rick Manuel created the desert overlay scene bracelet at left. 1.25 inches wide, this interesting and highly-detailed bracelet was made for a medium-small wrist and is $575. Navajo jewelry artist Paulson Thomas made the bracelet at right with a star motif that floats just above the bracelet itself.. Also made for medium wrist, it is 1 inch wide and $450. (BOTH IN TUCSON)

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By Jennifer Curtis, 1 5/8 inch wide. 5.5 inches with a 1 inch opening. $950. The square wire heavy-gauge bracelets are also $410. Beautifully, meticulously made. (ALL IN TUCSON)

Two more bracelets by Mildred Parkhurst. Each 3/8 inch wide, made for medium wrist (though we can trim them to fit a smaller wrist) The coral bracelet is $185 and in Santa Fe while the malachite-azurite one is in Tucson and $160.

Repoussé bracelet by Wanesia Spry Misquadace. 1 inch wide. 5.75 inches with a 1 inch opening. $300.  (TUCSON) A cast bracelet by Danny Romero (Yaqui), a very talented and versatile jewelry artist who is no longer working. Set with one turquoise and two pieces of spiny oyster shell. 1 7/8 inches wide. $1200. (SANTA FE)

Craig Agoodie made both of these bracelets. The one at left is set with clear turquoise from Bisbee. Just over 1 inch wide, Made for a small wrist. $525. The one at right is the same size and set with turquoise from the Carico Lake mine in Nevada. $600. (BOTH IN TUCSON)

 

This bracelet was made by the late Willie Coin Sr., Navajo. (we have a concha belt by him in our vintage gallery) Just over 1.5 inches wide. Made for a small wrist. $300 (TUCSON)

 

 

At left a new style of work from Vernon Begaye, employing hammered overlay and set with a nice turquoise the Kingman Mine. It measures just over 5.5 inches with a 1.25 inch opeing. $875. A very contemporary piece by Navajo jeweler Paulson Thomas. I've known and worked with him for many years and his work has always been impeccable. Made for a small wrist it measures 1.25 inches across and is set with a piece of very good quality natural turquoise from the Cloud Mountain Mine in China. I know it's natural because I cut the stone myself. $525 (BOTH IN SANTA FE)

 

New work by Pat Pruitt. These designs are cut into the surface of stainless steel using a laser. The frequency of the laser light results in light refracting from the surface in the two colors seen at left. The butterfly motif is 1.25 inches wide and $675. The design on the one below -his lightning motif- is based upon an Acoma/Laguna pottery motif. 1.75 inches wide. $775 (we have it in two sizes, the slightly larger one being in TUCSON) The bracelet at right was done at a higher frequency for a more subtle pattern- this is his Mountain pattern. 1 inch wide.  $575. We have it in a men's and a ladies' size. (SANTA FE)

 

The sandcast bracelet is set with a marvelous piece of turquoise from the Royston Mine in Nevada,. Made for a medium wrist, it measures 2 3/8 inches across at the widest point. $475. (Tucson) The sandcast bracelet at right was made by Priscilla Naswood Bahe. Set with an unusual green turquoise from Nevada, it measures 1.75 inches across at the widest point. $300. (SANTA FE)

This stunning bracelet was made a few years ago by the Navajo silversmith Jim Harrison. 1.5 inches across at the widest point. it is inlaid with black jet, turquoise, lapis mother of pearl, coral, malachite, variscite and lepidolite. $1600.

 (SANTA FE)

A great bracelet by Robert Sorrell, set with a wonderful piece of natural turquoise from the Royston Mine in Nevada. 1 5/8 inches wide, it measures 5.5 inches with a 1 inch opening. The stone is 1.75 by 1.25 inches. $1400. (SANTA FE)

 

A showstopper: a Salako pair in an overlay cuff, two inches wide, with multiple textured silver surfaces. By Bennett Kagenvema. $1800 (SANTA FE)