Persian Turquoise Bracelet by Verdy Jake (#54)

Persian Turquoise Bracelet by Verdy Jake
Persian Turquoise Bracelet by Verdy Jake
Persian Turquoise Bracelet by Verdy Jake

Persian Turquoise Bracelet by Verdy Jake (#54)


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5" with 1 3/8" opening

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Navajo silversmith Verdy Jake specializes in hand-fabricated jewelry crafted in sterling silver and set with high-grade natural turquoise. For this bracelet, Verdy was given a phenomenal five-stone suite of Persian turquoise which was cut and polished by the highly skilled lapidary artist John Huntress. The stones are of exceptional quality and perfectly matched in color and matrix pattern. The combination of Verdy’s skilled artistry and John’s stone-sculpting skills has produced a most alluring armlet. 

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The jewelry created by Navajo silversmith Verdy Jake reflects Southwest jewelry classicism at its best.  Showcasing high quality turquoise and coral with substantial silver work, she intuits a perfect balance between precious metal and precious stone.

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Precious Stones
Turquoise; Precious stones have symbolic implications. For example, turquoise if a "collective term for all the precious stones, wealth, or mixed offerings. Good fortune is attributed to this stone." Both white shell and turquoise are emphasized in Kinaalda? More about this legend

Silversmith Work

When and how the Navajo acquired the art of working metals is unknown but there are reasons for supposing that it was introduced among them, or at least more developed and improved upon by them, since the time they have occupied their present country?

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