Red Coral Cluster Cuff FJE1713

Length: 5''
Width: 2 1/2''
Metal: Sterling Silver
Stones: Red Coral
Sleek design & traditional techniques by Diné silversmith Paul Livingston in this domed red coral cuff raised triangle wire.

Availability: In stock

Price: $875.00

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These striking dangle earrings are a perfect example of traditional Navajo applied repoussé metal working techniques. In repoussé, the metal is softened and hammered by hand from the reverse side, to create the low-relief pattern on the front side of the piece. Danny Clark is a Navajo silversmith who is very popular in the Southwest for his intricate repoussé designs. 

Native American jewelry artists use Coral in a variety of ways.  Featured in inlay work, set in rough and natural forms, carved, cut into stunning cabochons, set with diamonds, turquoise, pearls, and almost any combination of the favorite Southwest gemstones. A favorite organic gemstones, red and pink coral are used extensively in Southwest jewelry styles.  Red, pink and orange colors can all be found in contemporary and vintage Native American handmade jewelry. Always a great way to add a splash of color to your ensemble.

Authentic Native American Handmade Jewelry

Paul Livingston was born March 3, 1954 in Gallup, New Mexico. He has lived in the Navajo Church Rock Reservation his whole life and currently resides there. He grew up watching his Uncle silversmith and with some trial and error became very good at it. He started the art of silversmithing at 22yrs old, which gives him 34 years of experience. He is a highly respected artist and his work has been shown throughout the United States. He is known for his perfectly aligned cluster work and his snake eye row bracelets. Paul is also a very fine contemporary saw artist.

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