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Albert Nells Inlay Navajo Bracelet
Albert Nells Inlay Navajo Bracelet
Albert Nells Inlay Navajo Bracelet
Albert Nells Inlay Navajo Bracelet
Albert Nells Inlay Navajo Bracelet
Albert Nells Inlay Navajo Bracelet
Albert Nells Inlay Navajo Bracelet
Albert Nells Inlay Navajo Bracelet
Albert Nells Inlay Navajo Bracelet
Albert Nells Inlay Navajo Bracelet

Albert Nells Inlay Navajo Bracelet

$520.00

Silver Wirework bracelet inlaid with Kingman Turquoise, Coral, White Shell and Jet by Navajo Jeweler, Albert Nells

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Silver Wirework bracelet inlaid with Natural Turquoise, Coral, White Shell and Jet by Navajo Jeweler, Albert Nells.  Albert Nells Inlay Navajo Bracelet

Albert Nells was born in 1953 in Winslow, AZ and raised near Cedar Springs in Arizona. Albert graduated from high school in Many Farms, AZ in 1972 and began to learn the art of making silver jewelry soon after. Albert is a self-taught artist. He had worked with leather tooling while in high school so found that learning to work with silver was very similar. At that time, he was making traditional Navajo jewelry and then in 1980, he began developing the style of jewelry that he makes today.

Albert is a meticulous craftsman. He calls the style of silverwork he creates in his jewelry, “wirework. He then cuts, sets and polishes the stones in his own silver designs. Albert makes every piece of his jewelry in its entirety.

Artist

Albert Nells

Dimensions

Measures 1/2″ Wide, 5-1/4″ inside with a 1″ opening

Metal / Material

Sterling Silver

Stone/Jewels

Jet, Mother of Pearl Shell, Natural Coral, Natural Turquoise

Tribe

Navajo

Additional Information

Artist

Albert Nells

Dimensions

Measures 1/2″ Wide, 5-1/4″ inside with a 1″ opening

Metal / Material

Sterling Silver

Stone/Jewels

Jet, Mother of Pearl Shell, Natural Coral, Natural Turquoise

Tribe

Navajo

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