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Three diamonds set in stars of 14kt yellow gold light up Jes MaHarry’s diamond cuff bracelet of hand-etched sterling silver, inscribed inside with inspiring words “Love Life, Celebrate and Grow Strong”. USA. Exclusive.  2 3/8" dia., 3/4"W.
I am overwhelmed with gratitude, and truly humbled by the way my life and work have been illuminated through my relationship with Sundance. Since day one, I have felt nurtured by their heart and soul. Having the freedom to express the full tapestry of my spirit and craft, my work has reached and inspired countless people around the world. As an independent artist, there is no greater fulfillment than to live out your life's dream; to live a life you love. Sundance has been a sacred home to me and, because of the opportunities that have blossomed through this synergistic relationship, I feel empowered to make a difference in the world through animal advocacy, environmental activism and mindful business practices. —Jes MaHarry
$1,200.00
The sterling silver ingots that artist Jock Favour melted to make this handmade sterling cuff bracelet lend it a mellow patina. Crafted with a traditional design, it speaks to fidelity and friendship. Exclusive. USA. 2-1/4" dia.
Similar to Robert Redford’s vision of Sundance, I have always had long-held interest in the myth and magic of the landscape. This passion is witnessed in each painting, sculpture and jewelry design I create. A strong background in anthropology allows me to bring this concept into the creative expression of my design process. Good primitive art has a vitality and human quality that instill a sense of awe and wonder. If my work can catch a note of ancient magic, I have succeeded.—Jock Favour
$295.00
Renowned Arizona artist Charlie Favour has created this stunning sterling, turquoise and oyster shell cuff bracelet, artfully inlaid with turquoise and spiny oyster shell, with sterling silver edging. Lined with supple leather and finished with sterling silver caps. Exclusive. USA. 2-1/2" dia.
Throughout my career, I have been a serious student of all aspect of Native American crafts. The leatherwork of the old time cowboys is also an inspiration. At the age of eleven, I began braiding leather. At 20, I began my professional career in leatherwork. My passion for this craft has allowed me to achieve a high degree of expertise in many areas of leather work, including Native American footwear, beadwork, hand-tanning hides, and traditional western tooling and braiding. —Charlie Favour
$695.00
Charlie Favour celebrates the myriad colors of the Southwest in blue and green turquoise and red, orange and purple spiny oyster shell, inlaid and edged with sterling silver on a flexible copper cuff, lined in soft leather. Sterling end caps carry his personal brand. Designed exclusively for the 25th anniversary of the Sundance Catalog. USA. 2-3/8" dia.
Throughout my career, I have been a serious student of all aspect of Native American crafts. The leatherwork of the old time cowboys is also an inspiration. At the age of eleven, I began braiding leather. At 20, I began my professional career in leatherwork. My passion for this craft has allowed me to achieve a high degree of expertise in many areas of leather work, including Native American footwear, beadwork, hand-tanning hides, and traditional western tooling and braiding. —Charlie Favour
$345.00
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Charlie Favour shares his love of Native American design and craftsmanship. Well known for his jewelry making and leatherwork, he inlays turquoise heishi in a spectrum of shades atop a flexible copper cuff, edged in sterling silver and lined with soft leather. Sterling end caps carry his personal brand. Designed exclusively for the 25th anniversary of the Sundance Catalog. USA. 2-3/8" dia.
Throughout my career, I have been a serious student of all aspect of Native American crafts. The leatherwork of the old time cowboys is also an inspiration. At the age of eleven, I began braiding leather. At 20, I began my professional career in leatherwork. My passion for this craft has allowed me to achieve a high degree of expertise in many areas of leather work, including Native American footwear, beadwork, hand-tanning hides, and traditional western tooling and braiding. —Charlie Favour
$345.00
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This hand-stamped, oxidized and brushed sterling silver cuff bracelet by Pete Curtis, a Navajo artisan, recalls vintage Southwestern jewelry. Made just for Sundance—and you. USA. 2-1/4" dia., 3/4"W.
$450.00
Write your own message (up to 30 characters, letters and numbers only, no special characters or symbols) on the wind, captured by Jes MaHarry in a narrow band of organically wrought sterling silver. Made in the USA, signed by the artist. Fits wrists up to 8" wrists.
$285.00
A handmade Dennis Hogan sterling cuff bracelet for the ages and right now—made for Sundance by renowned Southwest artist Dennis Hogan and strikingly simple with a double layer of hand-forged sterling silver. USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia., 5/8"W.
I started working with Sundance behind the scenes, braiding leather for Charlie Favour. Without this experience, I would have never incorporated braiding into my silversmith craft. This experience, tied to Sundance, began my career. As an artist, I strive to be true to who I am through the art I make. I appreciate simplicity, not trends. Sundance provides me the support to stay true to my craft. I see how jewelry has changed over the years, but I will always value hand worked, hand crafted, artisan jewelry. I am not a reproduction artist. I work in the old craftsmanship style, as I value the simplicity of the old methods. Sundance represents this mindset, and I respect their quality craftsmanship and the way product is presented in their catalogs. The Sundance customer appreciates the beauty and imperfection of hand-made jewelry. United, we create an experience that is both unique and timeless. —Dennis Hogan
$495.00
A handmade sterling silver cuff bracelet for men with a simple design and an oxidized, brushed finish. Designed and hand-forged exclusively for Sundance by Dennis Hogan and stamped by the artist. USA. 2-2/8" dia.
$295.00
A mark of beauty throughout India, our polished sterling silver bangles glint and jangle, making music with every move. Handcrafted. Set of 9, 2-5/8" Dia.
$298.00
Thin-as-a-wisp Jane Diaz bangle bracelets gather together, their oval shape in perfect accord with the wrist's form. Sterling silver. Set of 5. 2-3/4" oval.
$195.00
Jes MaHarry wraps hand-finished sterling silver upon itself in an elegantly simple bracelet with enduring beauty. USA. Exclusive. 2-1/2" dia.
$298.00
Bold, yet airy and graceful, thanks to its pierced design, this one-of-a-kind cuff boasts of its pueblo artisan origins, most likely Navajo. The sterling silver cuff with its delicately incised design and incomparable patina is crowned with an impressive oval matrixed turquoise, flanked by two turquoise teardrops, all from the famed Blue Gem mine in Nevada.
$1,650.00
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Jes MaHarry's organically rugged sterling cuff is engraved "Patience." Inside, it reads "Rest your mind—soften your eyes." Made in the USA. 2-3/8" dia.
$390.00
Master Navajo silversmith Roy Adakai, well known for his repoussé work in the style of 1860's to 1930's Navajo jewelry, uses lost wax casting to achieve the look without "punching out" from the back of the piece. His one-of-a-kind sterling silver cuff is a splendid example of this seldom used technique, which creates a richly contoured piece with a highly polished oxidized finish.
$495.00
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A stream of 14kt gold runs through Melissa Joy Manning's oxidized sterling silver cuff. Light-catching grooves surround the rims. Handmade in USA with recycled metals. 2-1/4" dia.
$450.00
Spotlighting three limpid blue ovals from Nevada's Fox mine, Jock Favour fashions a one-of-a-kind cuff from ingot coin silver, obtained by melting pre-1960 coins. The Prescott, Arizona, silversmith has mastered classic Navajo styles and techniques dating from 1868 to the 1930's, clearly evident in this striking cuff contrasting turquoise ovals with silver diamonds, accentuated by a satiny hand burnished oxidized finish.
Similar to Robert Redford’s vision of Sundance, I have always had long-held interest in the myth and magic of the landscape. This passion is witnessed in each painting, sculpture and jewelry design I create. A strong background in anthropology allows me to bring this concept into the creative expression of my design process. Good primitive art has a vitality and human quality that instill a sense of awe and wonder. If my work can catch a note of ancient magic, I have succeeded. —Jock Favour
$1,200.00
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From the lavishly matrixed Royston turquoise on top, Jock Favour's one-of-a-kind cuff tapers in a series of hand stamped ovals to iconic little hands clasping your wrist. Master of traditional Navajo silversmithing techniques, the Prescott, Arizona silversmith hand burnishes the bracelet forged from ingot coin silver (from melted pre-1960 coins) to a satiny oxidized finish.
Similar to Robert Redford’s vision of Sundance, I have always had long-held interest in the myth and magic of the landscape. This passion is witnessed in each painting, sculpture and jewelry design I create. A strong background in anthropology allows me to bring this concept into the creative expression of my design process. Good primitive art has a vitality and human quality that instill a sense of awe and wonder. If my work can catch a note of ancient magic, I have succeeded. —Jock Favour
$895.00
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Using the traditional Navajo "ingot method," Arizona silversmith Jock Favour creates a one-of-a-kind cuff that will become an instant heirloom. Fine quality turquoise stones from the old Royston mine near Tonopah, Nevada, are set in an arrowhead pattern, complemented by the intricately detailed coin silver setting, hand forged from pre-1964 coins. Jock completes his heritage piece with an antiqued brushed finish. USA. Exclusive. 13/16"W; 2-1/2 dia.
Similar to Robert Redford’s vision of Sundance, I have always had long-held interest in the myth and magic of the landscape. This passion is witnessed in each painting, sculpture and jewelry design I create. A strong background in anthropology allows me to bring this concept into the creative expression of my design process. Good primitive art has a vitality and human quality that instill a sense of awe and wonder. If my work can catch a note of ancient magic, I have succeeded. —Jock Favour
$1,100.00
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Thought to be of Navajo origin, unusual swirls of roped silver set off the center turquoise on this one-of-a-kind cuff from the 1940's. Handcrafted in sterling silver with hand stamping and a mellow patina from decades of oxidation and wear.
$550.00
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This one-of-a-kind example of vintage artistry, thought to be Navajo, will grow only more beautiful as it ages. Painstakingly hand stamped sterling silver is set with a bright blue rectangular tuquoise. Antique oxidized patina created by years of wear.
$495.00
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Each gift-worthy sterling silver bracelet for mom is forged by hand with the ever so subtle characteristics that make it unique. Sterling silver, stamped "MAMA MY LOVE." Made in USA. Fits 7" to 8" wrists.
$285.00
Contemporary Navajo silversmith Steve Arviso puts his own spin on traditional 1950's Navajo style, resulting in highly wearable pieces with a spiritual soul. His delicate one-of-a-kind cuff is handmade in sterling silver with a hand stamped design of running links. The highly polished oxidized finish will mellow beautifully with age and wear.
$295.00
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A Rebecca Lankford buffalo leather bracelet, topped by a sterling silver arrow curved to sit comfortably on the wrist. Button closure. Handmade in USA. 7"L.
$198.00
A Jes MaHarry sterling silver cuff bracelet set with turquoise, hand etched with words and symbols to inspire, wishing you love, happiness and health. USA. Exclusive. 2-3/8" dia.
$695.00
A beautiful tribute to the iconic weavings of Native Americans, this handmade Naomi Herndon beaded bracelet mesmerizes with turquoise, sterling silver and bamboo coral. Leather with adjustable buckle. USA. Exclusive. 7" to 8"L.
$495.00
In this Chan Luu beaded mosaic bracelet, the designer weaves a geometric arrangement of matte-finished Japanese glass beads. Handcrafted with leather ends; sterling silver button closure. 6-1/2" to 8"L.
$220.00
Plump repoussé ovals outlined with hand stamping, bracket a sublime square of turquoise from Nevada's Morenci mine—all from the skilled hands of Prescott, Arizona, silversmith Jock Favour. He hand forges the one-of-a-kind cuff from ingot coin silver, melted down from pre-1960 coins, hand burnishing it to a satiny oxidized finish.
Similar to Robert Redford’s vision of Sundance, I have always had long-held interest in the myth and magic of the landscape. This passion is witnessed in each painting, sculpture and jewelry design I create. A strong background in anthropology allows me to bring this concept into the creative expression of my design process. Good primitive art has a vitality and human quality that instill a sense of awe and wonder. If my work can catch a note of ancient magic, I have succeeded. —Jock Favour
$895.00
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Not even the large and unusually matrixed turquoise from the Royston mine in Nevada can eclipse the exquisite craftsmanship of this one-of-a-kind cuff. Prescott, Arizona silversmith Jock Favour hand forges a series of "squint" ovals from ingot coin silver, hand stamping and filing them to a satisfying weight. He completes the piece with a satiny burnished oxidized finish that will continue to mellow with time and wear.
Similar to Robert Redford’s vision of Sundance, I have always had long-held interest in the myth and magic of the landscape. This passion is witnessed in each painting, sculpture and jewelry design I create. A strong background in anthropology allows me to bring this concept into the creative expression of my design process. Good primitive art has a vitality and human quality that instill a sense of awe and wonder. If my work can catch a note of ancient magic, I have succeeded. —Jock Favour
$910.00
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Set with a domed oval turquoise from the famed Royston mine, Jock Favour's one-of-a-kind cuff boldly illustrates his mastery of Navajo techniques from 1868–1930. The Prescott, Arizona, silversmith hand forges this cuff from ingot coin silver (melted down from pre-1960's coins), hand stamped and filed, finished with a burnished oxidized patina.
Similar to Robert Redford’s vision of Sundance, I have always had long-held interest in the myth and magic of the landscape. This passion is witnessed in each painting, sculpture and jewelry design I create. A strong background in anthropology allows me to bring this concept into the creative expression of my design process. Good primitive art has a vitality and human quality that instill a sense of awe and wonder. If my work can catch a note of ancient magic, I have succeeded. —Jock Favour
$995.00
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Young silversmith Jesse Robbins from Prescott, Arizona, has learned traditional techniques from tribal elders, perpetuating the methods and designs of Navajo artists. He hand forges this masterful one-of-a-kind cuff in weighty ingot sterling silver, hand stamping it with an intricate pattern of repoussé "eyes" and circles. The hand burnished oxidized finish will grow even more beautiful with time and wear.
$695.00
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Archaeologist and silversmith Jesse Robbins finds that his "day job" and his avocation complement each other well. Of Creek heritage himself, he studies the techniques of Navajo masters to create pieces which will surely become treasured heirlooms. This one-of-a-kind cuff is hand forged of ingot sterling silver with a repoussé diamond pattern, hand stamped and filed, and completed with a burnished oxidized finish.
$725.00
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Adopting the techniques of Navajo masters spanning 1868–1930, Prescott, Arizona, silversmith Jock Favour hand forges this one-of-a-kind keepsake cuff from a solid ingot of coin silver, melted down from pre-1960's coins. Surrounding the oval Royston turquoise are marquis shaped repoussé patterns, hand stamped and filed. Antiqued, oxidized satin finish.
Similar to Robert Redford’s vision of Sundance, I have always had long-held interest in the myth and magic of the landscape. This passion is witnessed in each painting, sculpture and jewelry design I create. A strong background in anthropology allows me to bring this concept into the creative expression of my design process. Good primitive art has a vitality and human quality that instill a sense of awe and wonder. If my work can catch a note of ancient magic, I have succeeded. —Jock Favour
$825.00
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To create this very special, one-of-a-kind cuff, Al Somers relies on traditional techniques learned from Navajo masters, hand forging the cuff from a sterling silver ingot and hand stamping the intricate design with handmade tools. Surrounded by a roped bezel, the large triangular turquoise shows off its complex matrix, flanked by two concha style medallions. Antiqued oxidized satin finish.
$725.00
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Al Somers, a master of traditional Navajo techniques, hand forges this covetable one-of-a-kind cuff from a sterling silver ingot, hand stamping the design centered with an unusual, highly matrixed triangular turquoise from the Royston mine. He completes the heirloom piece with a hand burnished oxidized finish that will grow even more beautiful with time.
$695.00
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Taught by Navajo masters, Arizona silversmith Al Somers crafts his own tools and stamps to create distinctive pieces often set with old, rare stones. His one-of-a-kind "four strand" sterling silver wire cuff is crowned by a beautiful old turquoise from the famed Royston mine near Tonopah, Nevada. Al's meticulous work is evident in its setting, as well as the two hand stamped leaf-shaped overlays that flank it. Artful oxidation creates a mellow patina that will deepen with time.
$625.00
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Combining vintage materials and traditional silversmithing skills, this simple yet arresting one-of-a-kind cuff boasts quite a history. The turquoise heishi beads came from a pre-1940’s Navajo jacla, or earring, featuring beads on a string that was sometimes used to ornament a necklace. These old beads became the centerpiece of this narrow sterling silver cuff, reputedly made by Jerome, Arizona, silversmith Craig Bacharach, inspired by an earlier cuff made by circa 1980's goldsmith Peter Hester.
$2,500.00
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This beautiful two-row cuff from the 1950's exhibits the precise workmanship and detail that distinguish Zuni silverwork. Double rows of blue and green turquoise are bordered and centered with polished beads in sterling silver with a patina created by decades of aging.
$845.00
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In hallmark Zuni style, two rows of small turquoise tiles, shaded green to blue, clear and matrixed, are set in handwrought bezels of sterling silver atop this one-of-a-kind cuff, enriched by decades of wear to a warm, distinctive patina that cannot be duplicated.
$800.00
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Polly Hart wraps a single strand of brushed sterling silver around itself to create a simple sterling bangle bracelet with timeless style. USA. Exclusive. 2-5/8" dia.
$110.00
Three rows of metal beads march along the length of our beaded leather snap bracelet … two silvery, the other golden in color. Handcrafted with snap closure. 7" to 7-1/2"L.
$118.00
Jes MaHarry reclaims old leather horse harnesses. The sterling silver plaque can be personalized with up to 3 letters. Sundance exclusive handmade in USA. Fits 6" to 7-1/2" wrist. 1"W.
$345.00
Designed more than 15 years ago, Jes MaHarry’s signature sterling silver cuff is timeless. 1"W x 2-1/2" Dia.
$528.00