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SDavid Fine Jewelry

New Sterling Silver Night Sky Dancer micro Inlay Bracelet Navajo Calvin Begay

$959.77

New Sterling Silver Night Sky Dancer micro Inlay Bracelet Navajo Calvin Begay

$959.77
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5.00 Ounces
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New Sterling Silver Jasper, Jet, Created Opal and Turquoise, Coral Inlay Bracelet  Handmade by Native American Navajo Artist Calvin Begay

This is a Night Sky Flute Dancer and planets design by Calvin
Calvin's inlay Art work contains many different gem materials, this piece has Jasper, Jet, Created Opal (man Made Opal)  Spiny Oyster Shell, Turquoise, Coral and silver

The Bracelet measures 5 1/2" on the inside with a 1 1/4"  gap


The Bracelet measures approx. 15.5 MM at the widest point of the inlay; The silver at the bottom tapers down to approx. 7 MM
 
Total weight is approx. 34 grams.
Stamped With Hallmarks: "Calvin Begay" and "Sterling" 


Our Native American pieces are new, current or recent production, and due to the current silver and Gemstone markets, there is very little margin to discount from our low everyday prices.

 
I have seen many online Calvin Begay listings claiming the black is jade or onyx, every piece we have bought from Calvin over the years the black material is Jet from near Acoma, New Mexico 
This jet take an excellent polish and does resemble the harder materials, but under a microscope the jet shows grain and cell structure from its origins as wood turned by mother nature into jet, which is a harder close relative of Coal; it can be easily scratched or etched with a steel tool. Jet is used my many Native American artists

For size reference we usually include US. Coins and currency A Silver Dollar is approx. 37.5 MM in diameter (Just under 1 ½ “)
A penny is just under 19 MM approx. ¾” (A Quarter is approx. 24 MM or 15/16" ) A half dollar is just over 30 MM or just under 1 ¼” A Nickel is approx. 21.2 MM   


 
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