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Richard Tsosie Navajo silver coral turquoise bracelet

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Directory: Estate Jewelry: Ethnic: Native American: Pre 1980: Item # 1099092

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5062 So. 108 St. #192
Omaha, NE 68137 USA

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Richard Tsosie Navajo silver coral turquoise bracelet

IMHO Richard Tsosie is one of the mos talented jewelers working anywhere. While this beautiful bracelet clearly shows the influence of Hopi artist Charles Loloma, Mr. Tsosie has made the design his own. The finely granulated bracelet is set with fossil mammoth tusk, high grade red and angel skin coral, lapis, sugulite, and turquoise. Richard and his brother Boyd were both taught be Kenneth Begay and were first made famous by a 1979 article in Arizona Highways where they were featured with Jesse Monongye, Gibson Nez, James Little and Larry Golsch. This bracelet will fit a 7 to 7 1/2" wrist ( 5 1/2" inner circumference PLUS a 1 3/4" gap ). About 2" tall, excellent condition, signed.

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