Sterling silver handmade bracelet by Navajo artist, Vernon Begaye, is set with a large fine Royston Turquoise stone and red Mediterranean coral. The interesting and wearable design has an open center and whimsical patterns set in. It is finished with round stamping on the opposite side. Vernon Begaye Silver Navajo Bracelet
Vernon Begaye was born in 1965 and began practicing silversmithing techniques around the age of nine under the supervision of his jewelry-making parents Jimmy and Ella-Mae Begaye. He was the recipient of the 1993 South West American Indian Artists Fellowship Award for Most Promising Artist, which allowed him to pursue further education in jewelry making, including courses with the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). He specializes in tufa cast work that merges traditional and contemporary designs. He is especially known for his sculptural silver work, innovative and inlaid designs.
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Red Coral, Royston Turquoise
Measures 1" Wide ~ Inside Measures 5-1/2" End to End Plus the 1" Opening