Navajo Stamped Sterling Silver Coral Silverdust Bracelet

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Melvin Tahe - Navajo Sterling Silver
Coral Silverdust Bracelet
HK Item #NBT402

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Hand made Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver Coral bracelet

Stones
Size
6 1/4" inside circumference including gap
( NOT ADJUSTABLE)
Width
3/8"
Hallmarks
STERLING
T
Artist
Melvin Tahe, Navajo

SIZES

Baby/Child - Fits up to a 4 1/4" wrist
Youth/Teen - Fits a 4 3/8" to a 5 1/4 wrist
Small - Fits a 5 3/8" wrist to 6 1/4" wrist
Medium - Fits from a 6 3/8" to a 7 1/4" wrist
Large - Fits from a 7 3/8" to an 8" wrist
Extra Large - Fits over 8" wrist

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Paula says -

"Three coral cabochons set in serrated bezels with beautiful silverdust background around the band. Hollow design makes this bracelet extremely lightweight and very sturdy - it will not bend out of shape and cannot be adjusted."

Melvin Tahe - Navajo Sterling Silver
Coral Silverdust Bracelet
NBT402
$125 plus s/h

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Hand made Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver Coral bracelet

Hand made Native American Indian Jewelry; Navajo Sterling Silver Coral bracelet

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Silverdust

Silverdust, or Silver Dust, is a technique that Navajo silversmiths use to add texture, contrast and sparkle to the background of a piece. Sterling silver shavings or filings are applied to the surface of a sterling silver piece and then heated just enough for the particles to adhere - resulting in a textured background. The silverdust process is more complicated that this quick description and involves other ingredients and great skill with the heat. If stones are going to be added to a piece, they are added after all heating processes, such as silverdusting, are completed.

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