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Harry H Begay, Bracelet, Red Web Number Eight Turquoise, Silver,Navajo Made,6.75

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Artist:
Begay, Harvey H.
Tribal Affiliation:
Navajo
Bracelet Wrist Size:
6.75
Gap in Cuff Style Bracelet:
1
Widest Point on Bracelet Band:
1.4
Main Stone:
Number Eight Turquoise
Setting Type:
bezel
Clasp Type:
other-clasp-type
Chain Type:
other-chain-type
Metal:
Sterling Silver
Metal Stamp:
Sterling
Age (circa date):
Circa 2010's
content of collectibility
Price:
$1,710.00

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In the 1970s National Geographic magazine did an article on the pawn industry in Gallup, New Mexico. The article came with pictures of local pawn businesses and the people involved in the trade. One picture showed Annie Skeets, the daughter of Roger Skeets Sr., and behind her was a young Harry Begay. That was before he started making his signature heavy silver jewelry. Today, people from around the world collect his incredible pieces, although they are becoming very difficult to find. This talented silversmith spends more time doing other work and has made silver a part-time hobby. You will find a beautiful piece of Nevada’s famous Number Eight Turquoise set in the center of this hammered ingot cuff. Not only is the silver magnificent but you rock enthusiasts will be blown away by the rich colored spider web matrix. Be one of the lucky few who own a piece of Harry H. Begay’s silver art.
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