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James Freeland, Navajo - Sterling Silver
White Buffalo Stone Hat Band
HK Item #HB47

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Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and White Buffalo Stone Hat Band by Navajo James Freeland
size
adjustable to fit your hat;
7/16" wide sterling silver band;
more than 80 stones
materials
sterling silver, Read about silver
white buffalo stone, Read about stones
hallmarks
stamped: TJF Sterling
artist
James Freeland, Navajo

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and White Buffalo Stone Hat Band by Navajo James Freeland

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and White Buffalo Stone Hat Band by Navajo James Freeland

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and White Buffalo Stone Hat Band by Navajo James Freeland

More than 80 oval stones set in serrated bezels.

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and White Buffalo Stone Hat Band by Navajo James Freeland

James Freeland, Navajo
Sterling Silver and
White Buffalo Stone Hat Band

HB47 - $1,290 plus s/h 
(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and White Buffalo Stone Hat Band by Navajo James Freeland

Authentic Native American Sterling Silver and White Buffalo Stone Hat Band by Navajo James Freeland

 

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What is a Hatband?

Most hats come with a ribbon band of some kind, narrow to wide. Depending on the hat, this might look the best. Simple. Elegant. Other hats look great with a touch of horsehair either as a separate hatband or as part of the stampede string. Almost any hat looks good with a belt hat band and some look good with beaded hat bands.

By the way, hatbands are not just for western hats, they look great on most panama straw hats as well - maybe even on a fedora for the adventurous! Read more about hatbands . . .

What is White Buffalo Stone?

White Buffalo (Sacred Buffalo Stone, White Turquoise) was discovered at the Dry Creek turquoise mine on the Shoshone Indian Reservation near Battle Mountain, Nevada in 1993. To date, this is the only place it is found. White Buffalo is as rare as the sacred white buffalo, which is why the Shoshone Indians named it Sacred Buffalo Stone. It is white with black and/or brown matrix and it is sometimes called white turquoise but it is technically not turquoise. This is because turquoise, by definition, contains copper (it is a copper aluminum phosphate), which is what gives turquoise its characteristic blue color (presence of iron will shift the color toward green). Although Sacred Buffalo Stone resembles turquoise in hardness and will polish to a high shine like turquoise, it has no copper, thus no blue color.

Read my blog post White Turquoise Demystified .

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