Navajo Lapis cabochon and
Sterling Silver Delgarito
piece of Native American Indian Jewelry is
hand made and unique. - Authenticity
only have one of each item pictured - it will sell
to the first person who
vintage floral bracelet by Navajo artist J. Delgarito.
consists of lavish silverwork and
a lovely Lapis Lazuli stone.
Lapis Lazuli cabochon is 1 1/2" x 1 1/4" with much character
and color variation.
bracelet has incredible depth and character
with the way the pieces
are layered and most notably
the flow over the rope border of the leaves.
a great feel.
A very substantial
bracelet in a generous size. To be worn and adored or collected and treasured.
| 1 Lapis Lazuli stone|
(Not adjustable due to heavy weight of the cuff.)|
1/4" total inside including gap |
|1 1/2" between ends|
2 1/4" at stone
The symbol of a feather Sterling
J. Delgarito, Navajo|
were told the artist of this Lapis bracelet was Jereme Delgarito, who is
the brother of Jeremy and Lawrence Delgarito and Verdy Jake, also the father of
Brandon Delgarito, all noted silversmiths.
Delgarito's work is represented in several galleries in Santa Fe and Gallup.
He is published in Schaaf's American Indian Jewelry I, pg. 134.
Navajo Sterling Silver
Delgarito Lapis Bracelet - Large
silver is a foliar floral combination
of flowers, leaves, tendrils,
spirals and raindrops wonderfully
composed and meticulously
put in place.
is a Cabochon?
A cabochon (also spelled
cabochon) is a gemstone that has been shaped and polished to form a convex (domed)
top and a flat bottom.
an ideal stone to set in a bracelet or pendant as the flat bottom sits securely
in the setting and the domed surface is lovely and catches the light.
to Choose and Fit a Cuff Bracelet
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