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Phillip Tsosie Sterling Silver Bracelet

Jewelry should be interesting. You find those pieces that keep you and all who see it engaged and is the jewelry you will always wear.  This bracelet was handmade by talented Navajo silversmith Phillip Tsosie. You will always be drawn to the fabulous design of strips of twisted silver that reach from one end to the other. The silver has been given a mirror shined finish that looks fantastic.  It was made to show off and will look incredible on.

Phillip Tsosie married into the Tahe Family and works in the style of the Tahe Family in making bracelets. The Tahe Family is a large, extended group of prolific jewelry makers who specialize in making Sterling "component bracelets." These bracelets are created by using sterling silver components such as twist wire, half-round wire, low dome wire, triangle wire, etc. In some cases, stamp work is added to the design.

Hallmarked P. Tsosie Sr.  and stamped Sterling.

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