Early Rare Vintage Native American Navajo Royston Turquoise Sterling Silver Bracelet

  • $ 877.49

This is a tremendous vintage Navajo large single stone silver bracelet. This outstanding bracelet contains a center oval shaped Royston turquoise stone. Surrounding the stone are incredible silver works that consist of beautiful wave works, graduating raindrops, and a single silver rope. This amazing bracelet contains a triple silver shank cuff that graduates into one shank towards the ends. I just love the superior peetroglyph style silver stampings that are located on each end. What I also love are the stamped out dotted works. . The center stone measures around 1-1/2" x 1-1/8". The width of the bracelet measures around 2". Sterling silver, marked. Cir. Mid century . The inside end to end measures around 5-1/2" with an additional 1-1/4" gap. Sturdy 38 grams. Royston turquoise is a type of turquoise that is highly valued for its beautiful colors and unique matrix patterns. It is named after the Royston mining district in Nevada, where it is found. When set in Navajo silver jewelry, Royston turquoise creates stunning and distinctive pieces. Navajo silver jewelry is renowned for its craftsmanship and intricate designs. The Navajo people have a long-standing tradition of creating silver jewelry, and it is an integral part of their culture. Navajo artisans often incorporate turquoise into their silver pieces, as it holds great significance in their spiritual and cultural beliefs. When a Royston turquoise stone is set in a Navajo silver bracelet, it results in a striking combination. The vibrant blue and green hues of Royston turquoise complement the gleaming silverwork of the bracelet, creating a visually appealing contrast. The unique matrix patterns found in Royston turquoise add an element of individuality to the piece, making each bracelet truly one-of-a-kind. Wearing a Navajo silver bracelet adorned with a Royston turquoise stone not only showcases the beauty of the stone but also reflects the rich cultural heritage and artistic traditions of the Navajo people. It is a testament to the skill and artistry of the Navajo artisans and allows the wearer to connect with the history and spirituality of the Southwest Native American tribes

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