Contemporary Southwestern Bracelets

We have a huge selection of new handmade Indian bracelets. Please call 520.811.2112 if you're searching for an item not shown here.

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Despite their inherent love of ornamentation and jewelry, the Indians of the Southwest did not learn to work with silver until the latter part of the 19th century. Before that they acquired the few silver ornaments they owned through trade with Hispanic settlers and neighboring Plains Indians. The Plains people had acquired their silver in trade with English, French and American trappers.
Read About: The Colorful History of Southwestern Jewelry

  Sizes are approximate only
 

SOLD
$0.00
SKU: C-BRC451

Frank Yellowhorse,i Zig Zag inlay size: 6.5"
$750.00
SKU: C-BRC452

SOLD
$0.00
SKU: C-BRC453

Navajo Harrison Bitsui Sandcast wit stone, 6.25"
$375.00
SKU: C-BRC454
 

Navajo Rick Martinez, 6"
$450.00
SKU: C-BRC455

Hopi, Kwamana Sandcast with stones 6.75"
$650.00
SKU: C-BRC456

Navajo wide silver cuff, 6.75"
$270.00
SKU: C-BRC457

Inlay by Troy Natachu
$450.00
SKU: C-BRC458
 

Hopi Anderson Koinva 6.5"
$300.00
SKU: C-BRC459

SOLD
$0.00
SKU: C-BRC461

Ernie Lister made from coins. Nevad Blue Turquoise. 7.25"
$2400.00
SKU: C-BRC462

Navajo Kirk Smith, 6.5"
$960.00
SKU: C-BRC460
  Sizes are approximate only
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