Item#773P- Unique Southwest White Buffalo Abstract Bracelet by K.Johnson

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Item#773P- Unique Southwest White Buffalo Abstract Bracelet by K.Johnson

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Unique southwest abstract designed White Buffalo bracelet. The silversmith uses a very well made cabochon from what's called White Buffalo turquoise setting it into a saw tooth bezel, wrapping with twisted wire, and encircling the outer rim with repeating silver raindrops which come together on the side where the silversmith adds three (3) large silver drops. The artist has applied a sun stamping to the two (2) outer flanking large drops. The artist mounts the White Buffalo setting to a unique abstract wire bracelet as seen in the pictures.

The bracelet measures 1 1/2" wide at the stone narrowing to 7/8" in the cuff before rounding off at the ends. It has an inner circumference of 5 7/8" with a 1" opening. It fits a 6 3/4" to 6 7/8" wrist as is and can easily be adjusted up to a 7 1/8" if desired. The White Buffalo stone itself measures 1 1/16" by 13/16" with the bracelet weighing 31.9 grams (1.13 ounces or 1.03 troy ounces). It's hallmarked with a Broken Arrow - Sterling by Anglo silversmith Kay Johnson. Kay lives in Arizona and originally cut and polished stones for different shops and Native silversmiths in the area. Over time he was taught by Navajo silversmiths how to work with silver and started creating stone set jewelry. His cabochons have a distinct style that stands out from other stone polishers. You can find his stones in a lot of Navajo jewelry. Very nice unique bracelet!  $189.95