Wilson Jim 101 – #8 Turquoise cuff bracelet


Handcrafted by Navajo artist Wilson Jim. Known for his use of heavy silver and detailed stamping, this bracelet is no exception. Set in solid sterling silver with a single square piece of #8 turquoise. This distinctive stone is known for its light coloring and tan matrix. The bracelet measures 1″ in width with a inside dimension of 5 1/2″. It has a 1-1/4″ opening and is easily shaped to fit most wrists. Don’t miss an opportunity to own such a unique piece of Native American jewelry. Hand stamped by the artist . Each piece comes with a comprehensive certificate of authenticity.

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Wilson Jim is a Navajo artist that is known for detailed silver-smithing, high grade stones and original designs. Born July 13th 1949 in Northern Arizona, he continues to work today.


The No. 8 turquoise mine in Carlin, Nevada was first mined in 1929 until its depletion. In its prime, No. 8 produced some of the largest nuggets of turquoise found. A spider web matrix of colors ranging from golden brown to black set off the unique bright powder blue background of the stone. High grade No. 8 is deep blue in color and is very rare. No. 8 turquoise has been a very valuable acquisition, rumors of new stashes of great quantity threaten the value from a collector’s standpoint, if they prove to be true, of course the high-grade will always be very valuable.

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