JM 213 Thin Zuni inlay multi-color bracelet

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JM 213 Thin Zuni inlay multi-color bracelet

$249.00

This is a very thin bracelet, measuring only 1/4″. Sturdy square sterling silver wire is used as the bases of the bracelet. Individually hand cut stones create beautiful pattern for this bracelet. This along with the raised channel setting make this a stand out from the rest.

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HANDCRAFTED ZUNI BRACELET


 Kingman Turquoise originates in the Mineral Park Mining District near Kingman, Arizona. One of the largest domestic turquoise mines, it is found in a large open pit copper mine in the high desert country. The Kingman Mine district was first mined by Native Americans; it was part of the most extensive prehistoric workings in Arizona.


Red coral (Corallium Rubrum) comes from certain areas, such as the Mediterranean, where the specific water temperature and conditions allow coral to thrive. Coral is a hardened tube or branch. Only about 10% of coral is considered jewelry quality. Coral comes in shades from blood-red to orange to pink to white.Native American artists have only used coral for the last 600 years.


Jet is a product of high-pressure decomposition of wood from millions of years ago, commonly the wood of trees. Jet is found in two forms, hard and soft. Hard jet is the result of carbon compression and salt water; soft jet is the result of carbon compression and fresh water. Native American Navajo and Pueblo tribes of New Mexico were using regionally mined jet for jewelry and the ornamentation of weapons when early Spanish explorers reached the area in the 1500’s.Today these jet deposits are known as Acoma jet, for the Acoma Pueblo.


 White & Gold Mother of Pearl: The provenance story of the White Mother of Pearl shell begins in the remote crystal-clear turquoise waters of Northern Australia, nurturing and growing the sought after White South Sea Pearls.

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