Gold Bear Link Bracelet by Robert Taylor (#72)

Gold Bear Link Bracelet by Robert Taylor
Gold Bear Link Bracelet by Robert Taylor
Gold Bear Link Bracelet by Robert Taylor

Gold Bear Link Bracelet by Robert Taylor (#72)


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Perhaps no other Navajo jeweler uses gold as effectively as Robert Taylor. In this old-style link bracelet, Robert has crafted eight small tiles highlighting bears, rendered in 14K gold. Reminiscent of earlier days, this bracelet is as modern as tomorrow.

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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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The bear was the next chief to be called. He was given a name but he was not satisfied. He became so angry that First Man used the word "shash" to quiet him. The bear repeated it four times, and he said that it had a strange sound, and when one said it aloud one had and awesome feeling. So he went off well content that "shash" should be his name.

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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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