Authentic Native American Navajo Sterling Silver Storyteller Bracelet

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Benny Benally - Navajo Sterling Silver
Storyteller Overlay Bracelet

HK Item #NBS341

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Native American Indian Sterling Silver Storyteller Overlay Bracelet

Story from left: mesas, a sheet, a Navajo Churro sheep, hogan, tree, woman weaving, man leading horse, another horse following.

Size
6 1/4" total inside circumference including gap
Width
1/2"
Weight
23 grams
Material
Sterling Silver, Read about silver
Hallmarks
BENNY BENALLY
STERLING
Artist
Benny Benally, Navajo

Native American Indian Sterling Silver Storyteller Overlay Bracelet

Mesas, grazing Navajo Churro sheep, hogan . . .

Native American Indian Sterling Silver Storyteller Overlay Bracelet

. . . tree, woman weaving, man leading horse, another horse following.

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Paula says -

"This Benny Benally storyteller bracelet is museum quality. His overly work is the the sharpest, most detailed we've seen. Incredible workmanship! And very comfortable - I don't even know I have mine on."

Benny Benally
Navajo Sterling Silver
Storyteller Overlay Bracelet

NBS341 - $125 SOLD

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Native American Indian Sterling Silver Storyteller Overlay Bracelet

From left:
mesas, Navajo Churro sheep, hogan . . .

Native American Indian Sterling Silver Storyteller Overlay Bracelet

. . . tree, woman weaving, man leading horse, another horse following.

Native American Indian Sterling Silver Storyteller Overlay Bracelet

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What is Overlay?

Overlay pieces are made of two layers of sterling silver. The top layer has a cutout design. The solid bottom layer (background to the cutout) is usually accented for contrast. The Navajo silversmiths oxidize the bottom layer which darkens it. Hopi silversmiths oxidize and etch the background (texturize it) with hashmarks. The cutout top layer is placed over the bottom layer and the two pieces are "sweated" together, that is, heated so that they become one. This is a very difficult skill to master.


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