B762 “Anasazi Summer”
The beautiful and rare focal charm on this 7″ bracelet prompts the name I’ve given it. It is indeed also ancient in that the stone is not a stone but a truly old piece of Anasazi pottery fashioned by a skilled primitive potter and then baked slowly in a hot fire to harden the once-soft clay. I am always amazed at the skill, not to mention the design and the lasting quality of these rare items. This elegant charm has been mounted in sterling silver with a maker’s mark on the back. I’ve added 2 long sterling feathers, 2 little hand made glass frog charms with lots of curious character, Navajo sterling concho charms with little dangles, brown hand blown glass charms with sterling centers and others. The band of this bracelet is a combination of natural cream colored turquoise, 4 more blown glass center charms and round hand blown glass beads with black dots and large sterling bead caps. The toggle clasp is decorative with a black stone and a simple bar toggle.
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