This is a bracelet made by Jereme Delgarito, Navajo artist, signed inside and using 19 beautiful stones from the Sonoran Gold Turquoise mine. This gorgeous bracelet has an antiqued look and has been brushed and adorned with beautiful sterling silver details of stamping, rosettes, beads, dots and ropes to make it as good as it could possible get. Navajo work at its very best. Fits a 7" wrist, it measures 6" from side to side with an 1-1'4" opening = 7-1/4". The width is 1-1/4" and it's a heavy gauge silver piece.
- Sonoran Gold A New Highly Collectible Turquoise of 2020
Now the most desirable new blue and green Turquoise on the market. It’s mined in Sonora, Mexico near the Arizona border and the city of Cananea. This gorgeous turquoise comes in a variety of beautiful colors, aqua blue, lime green, and a two tones of blue and green. It’s golden and brown matrix is a perfect name for the mine. Sonoran Gold is not mined in veins, mining is done by searching for individual nuggets found in deposits of clay. Most other turquoise mines operates by mining in veins. What a great find!