Authentic Native American Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Hair Barrette

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Andy Cadman - Navajo Sterling Silver
Turquoise Cross Path Barrette
HK Item #BAR782

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Navajo Sterling Silver and turquoise cross path Barrette

Navajo Sterling Silver and turquoise cross path Barrette

Size
2 7/8" x 7/8"
Weight
20 grams
Hallmarks
A. CADMAN
STERLING
Artist
Andy Cadman, Navajo

Andy Cadman was born in 1966 in Gallup, New Mexico. He's the son of silversmith Anderson Cadman and brother of Darrell and Donovan Cadman and half brother to David, Gary and Sunshine Reeves, all of whom are silversmiths. He began silversmithing in 1989 at age 23.

Andy Cadman
Navajo Sterling Silver
Turquoise Cross Path Barrette
BAR782 -
$230 plus s/h
(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

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Navajo Sterling Silver and turquoise cross path Barrette

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What is Cross Path?

One of the beliefs of the Navajo is that its people should remain within the boundaries of its Nation which happen to be four mountains. By staying with the Navajo Nation, the people will remain at one with Nature and spirit. And by remaining within these boundaries they are likely to meet all other Navajo within their lifetime. They say they will cross paths with all within the four corners.


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