Bracelets

Bracelets are perhaps the most recognized form of Southwestern jewelry. Popular for their diversity in design, we see three primary forms of bracelets: cuffs, link bracelets, and bangles. Cuffs are the most traditional type of bracelet for Southwest Native American silversmiths. Cuffs are rigid metal bracelets that are slipped onto the wrist through an opening. Link bracelets encircle the wrist and are fastened with a clasp. Bangles are rigid, full-circle bracelets that are slipped on over the hand and worn loosely on the wrist. Initially bracelets were all silver, cast or hand hammered into form. By the 1880s, the technique of setting Turquoise in silver was introduced and bracelet designs would change forever.

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Silver Repousse Cuff
Silver Repousse Cuff
Silver Cuff
Silver Cuff
Turquoise Cuff
Turquoise Cuff
Inlay Cuff
Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Cuff
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Lone Mountain Turquoise Cuff
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Silver Petroglyph Cuff
Kingman Turquoise Cuff
Candelaria Turquoise Cuff
Number Eight Turquoise and Coral Cuff
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Lightning Cuff
Silver Overlay Cuff
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Number Eight Turquoise Watch Cuff
Number Eight Turquoise Watch Cuff
Lone Mountain Turquoise Cuff
Number Eight Turquoise Cuff
Morenci Turquoise Cuff
Kingman Turquoise Cuff
Gold on Silver Cuff
Inner Beauty Cuff
Royston Turquoise Cuff

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