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Everett and Mary Teller Turquoise Cuff Bracelet

This is a bold statement piece by Arizona’s Navajo husband and wife silversmiths, Mary and Everett Teller.  9 beautiful bold blue-green turquoise stones are surrounded by 8 sterling silver stars all set on an oxidized bezel. This is a wonderful example of contemporary cluster work, a style of jewelry making which groups together many individual stones in a pattern. The hand stamped cuff is split by sterling silver rope to create a comfortable fit.

The artists are known for their “clean” silver work.  This means they are very precise in soldering, stamping and cutting sterling silver.  The pursuit of perfection is evident in all of their jewelry.  This bracelet is a must for collectors of Native American jewelry.

Hallmarked “EMT” and stamped “Sterling”.

Measurements:

5 ⅝” around with a 1″ opening
3 ¼” x 2 ⅞”

$1,850.00
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$1,850.00
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