BC 1306 – Albert Jake cuff bracelet

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BC 1306 – Albert Jake cuff bracelet


Navajo artist Albert Jake has crafted this beautiful bracelet. Measuring only 5/8″ in width with a single rectangular stone. The stone is Kingman “water web” turquoise. Heavy gauge silver is used. Deep silver stamping and heavy  elements are seen through out the bracelet. It measures 5 1/2″ on the inside with a 1″1/4 opening.

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Kingman “Water web” Turquoise

The Kingman mine in northwestern Arizona was one of the largest turquoise mines in North America. The terms “Kingman” or “high blue” refer to the blue color usually displayed in this stone. It has become a color standard in the industry. The mine became famous for its rounded, bright blue nuggets with black matrix. Few turquoise mines produced nuggets, especially of this quality. Old natural Kingman Turquoise is rare. The Colbaugh’s own this mine and the Turquoise Mountain mine, their company name is Colbough Processing. They have recently gone back into the section of the Kingman mine and are digging and bringing some new Natural Kingman Turquoise.

Albert Jake: was born in 1959 in the Zuni Pueblo south of Gallup, New Mexico.  He learned silversmithing from his parents. He specializes in traditional set stones and cluster jewelry with intricate stamp work. He has been smithing since 1987.  He also creates sand-paintings and makes pottery. During the summers he works as a forest fire fighter. He lives with his wife and two daughters today in Rahmah, New Mexico, near the Zuni Pueblo.


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