BC 1278 Large cuff bracelet by Guy Hoskie

BC 1278 Large cuff bracelet by Guy Hoskie


One of a kind large cuff bracelet. Set in solid sterling silver with heavy stamping and single large oval onyx stone. The bracelet measures 1″3/4 in width with a 1″ 1/4 opening. The deep black onyx stone measures 1-1/2 “x 1-1/4”. This a beautiful piece and carefully crafted by a renown Navajo artist Guy Hoskie. A true collectors piece.

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Navajo artist: Guy Hoskie is 54 years old. He resides in Arizona and is married with two sons, both of whom are serving in the armed forces. He has been an amazing silversmith for eighteen to twenty years, creating jewelry since the early 1990’s.

Brother-in-law to Sunshine Reeves and related to Andy Cadman, Guy learned right along with these other award-winning Navajo silversmiths. They all exhibit certain similarities in their work, Navajo revival style. Hoskie’s works are usually covered end to end in beautiful deep Navajo hand stamped designs (much like that of the Cadman’s and Reeves’). He adds a dark oxidation to the finished piece to give it the old pawn look.

Guy is well known for the quality of his pieces. He most frequently uses fine natural turquoise with heavy stamp work and serious attention to fine details, but also works with the highest quality Lapis Lazuli, Spiny Oyster and Sugilite.

His hallmark consists of his initial’s “G” and “H” with the word “Sterling” stamped between the letters of his initials.

Onyx is a chalcedony quartz that is mined in Brazil, India, California, and Uruguay. It has a fine texture and black color; however, some onyx also displays white bands or ribbons against a black or brown background and this variety is known as sardonyx. The name comes from the Greek word onyx.

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