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A gorgeous, old-style ingot-silver and turquoise cuff

bracelet by contemporary Creek silversmith, Jesse Robbins

Jesse Robbins (Creek, B.1987) is the newest kid on a very old block and he has recently been taking the Southwestern jewelry world by storm with his beautifully-wrought interpretations of old classic Navajo jewelry made in heavy ingot-silver and ingot coin-silver.

This bracelet is a most impressive and substantial piece, set with 7 natural round blue and green turquoise stones probably from the Royston Mining District in Nevada and decorated with wonderful very finely-executed stamp and chisel work designs.

The bracelet measures 1 1/16” in width at the center. The inner circumference end-to end is 5 13/16” and the gap between the terminals is 7/8” for a total interior circumference of 6 11/16”. The bracelet weighs a very impressive 104.5 grams or 3.7 ounces. It is in excellent original condition and it is properly signed on the interior with Jesse Robbins’ co-joined initials “JR” hallmark.

This is an extremely attractive and well-made piece from an already outstanding young silversmith.

Price $1,550

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