JM 226 Larry Loretto channel inlay bracelet


One of the most unique bracelets being handcrafted today. The Zuni artist Larry Loretto uses his signature style of layering square wire together as a base of the bracelet. He then notches the outer square wire creating a channel that the inlay is put into. Genuine Kingman turquoise is used in this channel. The bracelet 1/2″ in width. This is a moderately heavy bracelet that has a nice feel when worn.

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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.


Larry Loretto learned by both watching and also some guidance from his brother-in-law, Johnny Coonsis.  In fact there is some resemblance in Larry’s earlier designs with those of his mentor. Larry’s earlier designs were also similar, but easily distinguishable from, to those of Troy Natachu. Over the past fifteen years, Larry has been quite productive as the demand for his designs has grown.

Larry lives in Zuni and is currently trying to interest his 20 year old son, Shane, to work with him.

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