This is a magnificent vintage Navajo large single stone silver bracelet. This phenomenal piece contains a large chunky spiderweb turquoise stone. The stone appears to be from the wonderful Last Chance turquoise mine which is an extremely rare Nevada mine that is highly collectible. Located throughout the very large and wide silver cuff are remarkable silver sun stampings with geometric patterns accenting the suns and amazing silver cloud works. Bordering the cuff are superior line segments that run from one end to the other. The center stone measures around 1-1/2" x 1/2". The width of the bracelet measures around 1-3/4". Signed by Navajo artist, Les Craig . Sterling silver, marked. Cir. 1970's+. The inside end to end measures around 6" with an additional 1" gap. Sturdy 68 grams.
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