Navajo 14k Gold, Turquoise, and Coral Protection Brecelet - Robert Taylor (#42)

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Southwest,Baskets,Navajo,Native,American,Art,Jewelry,Pottery,Weaving,Rug,Blanket,Manta,Necklace,Turquoise,Twin Rocks,Zuni,Santo Domingo,Fetish,Hopi
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Navajo 14k Gold, Turquoise, and Coral Protection Brecelet - Robert Taylor (#42)

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Navajo Jewelry
Inner Circumference: 6 1/4"
Opening: 1 1/8"
Total: 7 3/8"

Turquoise and coral, silver and gold, land and sky, shepherd and livestock; these are combinations as old as Navajo culture itself. Robert Taylor combines all these elements to make one extraordinary man’s bracelet. Robert’s sense of humor is as well developed as his silversmithing skills, so you get a humorous commentary on Navajo lifestyle in a cuff you will treasure the rest of your life, and maybe into the afterlife.

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About the artist:

Robert Taylor

Robert Taylor - Silver & Goldsmith:
"Cluster, channel, leaf, inlay, casting... I've done about everything," Robert Taylor talks about his silver and goldsmithing, "There's a lot of artists that do it." And then he confides the reason he has set himself apart from other craftsmen. "I didn't really get anywhere until I decided to design my own style."

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Protection/Practice
Ambush, a shelter formed by two trees or shrubs whose branches intermingle, is a setting repeatedly occurring in myth, giving the explanation for various ritualistic properties-emetic frames, hoops, pokers, prayersticks, wood samples. A hero, hoping to shoot a mountain sheep or other animal he did not recognize as a god, lay behind the 'ambush trees,' but when the animal appeared, was numb until it had passed. The animal deity, revealing himself, taught the hero ceremonial lore? More about this legend

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