1950's navajo ocho cuff

Item No. 73490 $1,125.00
Stones from the Number 8 mine in Eureka County, Nevada—prized for their consistent color and quality—are highly sought after by turquoise collectors worldwide. In the 1950s, an unknown Navajo artist showcased seven of these celebrated stones in this one-of-a-kind sterling silver cuff. Between two hand stamped "wires," the beautifully matrixed blue turquoise are set in handmade bezels, accented with sterling beads and hand stamping. Over the decades, a mellow patina has developed, lending this cuff beauty and authority. Exclusive. 2-1/4" dia. 3/4"W. Internet Exclusive.
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