Sandcast Bracelet Cuff with Turquoise By Navajo Silversmiths Wilson and Carol Begay


Cuff by traditional silversmiths Wilson and Carol Begay who have been making jewelry since 1969. They learned silversmithing from their parents.

Wilson's father Luke Begay, taught John Adair, author of the definitive “Navajo and Pueblo Silversmiths”, how to make sand cast jewelry and worked for Kirk Brothers Trading Company in Gallup, New Mexico. Carol’s parents, Angela and Allen Chee were both silversmiths who worked for C.G. Wallace, the famous jewelry trader from Zuni, New Mexico.

This narrow 3 rail cuff with oval turquoise cabochon is beautifully crafted, as their work always is.
5 1/4" in length end to end
1 1/8" opening between ends
1/4" width

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