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

The sandcast bracelet at left was made by Robert Sorrell. The line at right terminates in a small coral bead. 1 /38 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 bracelets at right are by Emmett Navakuku, a young, talented and innovative Hopi silversmith. The one at top has a series of katsina faces - on this one includes an Early Morning, Corn and Navan katsina, 1 inch wide. $525. the narrower one is 3/4inch wide and $450. (TUCSON)

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)

 

Repoussé bracelet by Wanesia Spry Misquadace. 1 inch wide. 5.75 inches with a 1 inch opening. $300.  Two inlaid bracelets by Tim Yazzie, an excellent very versatile silversmith who lives in Tucson now - so we are looking forward to carrying more of his work. 5/8 inch wide and $375 each -the top one is sold. (ALL IN TUCSON)

 

Three overlay bracelets, top to bottom: by Kee Yazzie, Navajo.  3/4 inch wide. SOLD . With a central flower motif, by Jason Takala Jr., Hopi. 5/8 inch wide. $350.  and the bottom one by Peter Nelson, Navajo. 3/4 inch wide. $225


The sterling and 14kt gold Galaxy bracelet is by Jennifer Curtis. 2 1/8 inches wide. 5.5 inches with a 1 inch opening. $2400 (TUCSON)

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)

 

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Two beautiful sandcast bracelets with painstaking filework, by Ernest Rangel. Both fit a small wrist. (One in Tucson, one in Santa Fe) $525.

 

Frances Jones made this beautiful contemporary turn on her traditional track bracelet. Set with natural turquoise from the Royston Mine in Nevada. Just over 1 inch wide. Fits a small wrist. $1275. (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)

 

All three by Frances Jones and all three in Tucson. From left to right: the one with square wire (and consequently noticeably heavier than ones with triangle wire) is 1.25 inches wide and is 5.5 inches with a 1 inch opening. $800 The middle one is 7/8 inch wide and made for a smaller wrists (5.25 inches) $800At far right the bracelet is the same width and size as its cousin at far left. $420.

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. The old style bracelet at right is by Robert Sorrell. Set with natural Lone Mountain spiderweb turquoise. Large enough to fit most men at 6 inches with a 1.25 inch opening. 1.5 inches across. $1600. (BOTH IN SANTA FE)

Larry Joe, one of a family of fine, award-winning silversmiths made the bracelet at right, set with a very nice piece of Royston turquoise. 1.5 inches wide and 5.5 inches with a 1 inch opening. $675 (TUCSON) The two bracelets at right were made by Orville Tsinnie who is known for his substantial bracelets. The top bracelet is a men's size, set with Kingman spiderweb turquoise and just under 3/4 inch wide.The stone is set in 14kt gold and flanked with a small bar and four dots. $975. The lower bracelet is a ladies size and set with turquoise from Nevada, also set in gold. Just over 1/2 inch wide. SOLD.(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)

Pat Pruitt refers to the design on this zirconium bracelet as his "Line Study". .75 inch wide it is a medium men's size. $750. (SANTA FE)  France Jones' bracelet is a little over an inch wide and a medium ladies' wrist size.  SOLD. (TUCSON)

 

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.

 (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)