Copper Bracelet with Southwest Pueblo Dancer Images

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Jeweler Unknown
  • Category: Bracelets
  • Origin: Southwest
  • Medium: Copper
  • Size: 5-½” end to end;
    1-¾”opening; 1-¼” wide
    Wrist size: 7-¼"
  • Item # C4072Y
  • Price: $210.00

Alternate Side view of this bracelet showing the Buffalo Dancer.

This amazing copper bracelet was most definitely made for the tourist market. The wide copper cuff is decorated with two Buffalo Dancers rendered in perfect detail. From the headdress and rattle to the dance kilt, every aspect of the Buffalo Dancer is authentically reproduced.  Centered between the two Pueblo dancers is a Navajo Rainbow Guardian Yei. Placed beneath the yei is a cloud motif.

The bracelet is in the style of pieces that were made in the 1940s and 1950s by Bell Trading in Albuquerque, but there is no hallmark indicating it was indeed made by Bell. The piece was cast in a mold and has “solid copper” stamped on the inside. The allure of this piece is the exactitude of the design elements.

Condition: The Copper Bracelet with Southwest Pueblo Dancer Images is in excellent condition

Provenance: From a Colorado Southwest Indian Jewelry collector

Recommended Reading:  Inventing the Southwest: The Fred Harvey Company and Native American Art by Kathleen Howard and Diana Pardue

Relative Links: Southwest Indian Jewelrybracelet


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Jeweler Unknown
  • Category: Bracelets
  • Origin: Southwest
  • Medium: Copper
  • Size: 5-½” end to end;
    1-¾”opening; 1-¼” wide
    Wrist size: 7-¼"
  • Item # C4072Y
  • Price: $210.00

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