Box clasp is 1 5/8" x 7/8".
Complementary Nadia Quartz watch with pearly white face.
Johnson - Navajo
WM218 - $875 plus s/h
Paula says - "Peterson kids around that people who have seen his jewelry in person call him "the machine" because he is SO meticulous in every detail. The box clasp on this watch is a perfect example - it is very heavy (note the weight of this piece) and crafted with skill and precision to last a lifetime and be passed along to the next generation. A truly singular work of art. His hand crafted leaves are unlike any others I have ever seen. Peterson Johnson is a very special artist.
"You are buying a sterling silver watch bracelet. The term Watch Braclelet refers to the two Native American made decorative panels with clasp hat connect to a timepiece.
"We include at no extra charge the new timepiece pictured here. The timepiece will be running when it leaves here and we make no warranty on the timepiece. With that said, I have never had one of these watches fail me, but then I don't wear my watch in the shower or while doing dishes."
Sterling silver tips are 3" long x 1 1/4" wide at the widest point.
Peterson Johnson is a self-taught artist who has won numerous awards throughout the Southwest and whose work is sought by collectors around the world. He was born in 1956 and began creating silverwork in 1976. He is very well known for his traditional Navajo jewelry, which shows meticulous workmanship and has a distinctive Peterson flair.
Peterson is known among fellow artists as "the machine" because he is SO meticulous in every detail of his work. The box clasps on his bracelet watches, for example, are finely tuned works of art. All of his jewelry is crafted with skill and precision to last a lifetime and be passed along to many generations.
Peterson and his wife Alyce live in Gallup, New Mexico and travel to art fairs and pow wows year round throughout the USA displaying Peterson's silver work and Alyce's beadwork.
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