I couldn’t resist these two large sterling dancing Kachina charms! They are finely hand made complete with feathers and belts and little moccasins. They flank the handsome focal charm, an elegant Kingman turquoise stone with a dark matrix and set in a simple bezel. The stone is surround with bold sterling symbolic designs carved into sterling silver and displaying 3 little traditional Navajo raindrops at the bottom. This charm is marked on the back with the letters NG and a personal maker’s mark design. Next to the Kachina charms are 2 sterling and onyx charms with maker’s marks, then 2 concho style Navajo sterling charms with little black dangles, then 2 more sterling and onyx charms that look like flying birds each with 2 sterling tail feathers. Last comes an Indian with a feather headdress, and a square Kachina charm nicely stamped with scalloped details. I’ve added 6 turquoise slices, and the band of the bracelet has 2 old benchmade Navajo beads marked with traditional designs and the rest of the bracelet is turquoise, finished with a sterling clasp and arrow toggle. This 7.5″ bracelet is bold and simple in design and full of native interest.