12-Row Triple Turqouise Cuff SWPC0003

Measurements: 5.75” Medium/Large
Metal: Sterling Silver
Stones: Carico Lake Turquoise, Royston Turquoise, Kingman Turquoise
Classic & collectible Diné style jewelry by silversmith Paul Livingston from the Navajo Church Rock reservation. Row Bracelets are a tradition in the Southwest and this sampler includes Carico Lake Turquoise, Royston Turquoise and Kingman Turquoise.

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Price: $2,700.00

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Row cuffs and bracelets are a traditional style of jewelry for Pueblo silversmiths in New Mexico. These intricate masterpieces are incredibly difficult to make and are a delightful addition to every collection.

A staple addition to your Southwest fashion collection, Carico Lake Turquoise is also a collectible North American Turquoise with an astonishing color palette. Ranging from highly unique electric greens to sky blue; from teal to mossy, earthy greens. And rarely, a nugget with both earth and sky color. The highest grade Carico Lake Turquoise is gem-quality American turquoise. Originally known as Stone Cabin, and then Aurora #8, Carico Lake Turquoise has a colorful history for a dried-up lake bed in a remote part of Lander County. The mine has come to rest with the owner of Sunwest Silver Company, Ernest Montoya.

Hailing from a string of mines in Tonopah, Nevada - Royston remains one of the oldest, still active mines, in Nevada. This collectible turquoise has an incredibly flexible color palette of bright blues and deep greens which are coupled with a unique, brown matrix.

Considered to be one of the classic and more easily recognizable American Turquoises, Kingman Turquoise was first mined by Native Americans as early as 600 A.D. This Arizona turquoise rose to fame due to its production of nuggets - which few mines produce. Today, Kingman Turquoise is highly prized and sought after by collectors worldwide.

Authentic Native American Handmade Turquoise 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.

Shop the Santa Fe Style Collection for striking contemporary jewelry, handcrafted by artisans who draw on the rich history of the Southwest.

This collection features trending artists popular in the Four Corners and loved by locals here in New Mexico. The jewelry featured here is a fusion of traditional techniques, passed hand-to-hand across generations, and modern artistry.

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