Seven Turquoise Stone Navajo Row Bracelet with Fourteen Silver Drops

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Jeweler Unknown
  • Category: Bracelets
  • Origin: Diné - Navajo Nation
  • Medium: Turquoise and Sterling Silver
  • Size: 5-¼” end to end, 1-⅜” opening; ½” wide
  • Item # C4103.24
  • Price: $795.00

Seven oval turquoise cabochons of various distinctive hues of blue and green were set on this 1950s Navajo row silver bracelet. The stones were each set in handmade bezels which are arranged on a solid base of two sterling silver bands on either side of two pieces of twisted wire. Fourteen round silver drops are interspersed between the stones. It is a well-constructed bracelet, the silverwork accentuates the beauty of the different colored stones. The bracelet is unsigned.


Condition: The Seven Stone Row Bracelet with 14 Silver Drops is in excellent condition. All of the stones are intact.

Provenance: The bracelet is from an extensive Southwest Indian Jewelry collection in Colorado

Recommended Reading:

- Navajo Silver: A Brief History of Navajo Silver by Arthur Woodward

- Navajo Jewelry: A Legacy of Silver and Stone by Lois Essary Jacka


Note: when we say Diné, as opposed to Navaho or Navajo, we are referring to the people and not the government.  Since 1969, their government refers to itself as the Navajo Nation

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Jeweler Unknown
  • Category: Bracelets
  • Origin: Diné - Navajo Nation
  • Medium: Turquoise and Sterling Silver
  • Size: 5-¼” end to end, 1-⅜” opening; ½” wide
  • Item # C4103.24
  • Price: $795.00

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