Authentic Navajo Sterling Silver Lapis Inlay Bracelet

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Wilburt Muskett, Jr. - Navajo Sterling Silver
Lapis Inlay Bracelet
HK Item #NBN557

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Hand made Native American Indian Navajo Sterling Silver Lapis Inlay Bracelet

Material
Lapis lazuli, Read about stones
Sterling silver, Read about silver
Size

6 1/4" total inside circumference and approximate wrist size. This measurement includes the gap.

The gap is the distance between the ends. On this bracelet, the gap is 1 1/8" and that is part of the 6 1/4" total inside circumference.

3/8" wide at the center tapering to 1/4" at the ends

Hallmarks
M
Sterling
Artist
Wilburt Muskett Jr, Navajo

Hand made Native American Indian Navajo Sterling Silver Lapis Inlay Bracelet

Caution! Stone inlay bracelets are generally not adjustable - attempting to change the size or shape of an inlay bracelet will likely result in loose or lost stone pieces.

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Lapis Inlay Bracelet - NBN557

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Paula says - "The sides of this bracelet are overlay and the deep black is the oxidized bottom layer of sterling silver. Beautiful! This is a type of sweater bracelet so called because it peeks out of the cuff of a sweater."

Hand made Native American Indian Navajo Sterling Silver Lapis Inlay Bracelet

Hand made Native American Indian Navajo Sterling Silver Lapis Inlay Bracelet

Bracelet measurements

The Total Inside Circumference (total measurement around the inside) is also the approximate wrist size. This measurement includes the gap. The gap is the distance between the ends.

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Lapis Lazuli is a deep blue stone often with gold flecking that twinkles like stars. The name lapis lazuli is a combination of the Latin word lapis ("stone") and the Arabian name azul, meaning "blue." Many ancient cultures believed that lapis lazuli contained magical powers. In the Middle Ages, monks powdered the stone and kneaded it into dough with beeswax, resin and linseed oil, for use in illuminated manuscripts. Today, people around the world consider lapis lazuli to be a stone of truth and friendship. It is reputed to bring about harmony in relationships and to cleanse the mental body while releasing old karmic patterns. Read about stones

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