Native American Indian Sterling Silver Bracelet by Darryl Becenti. Darryl was born in Gallup, NM in 1957. He was trained by his brothers-in-law, David and Leroy Reeves. Darryl also does sand painting as well as pencil and ink art.
Darryl used an natural, rare, lavender turquoise stone from the Altyn-Tyube mine in Kazakhstan, also known as the Golden Hill mine. This beautiful stone is surrounded with deep stamp work and appliqués. Stamped D. Becenti and Sterling.
Materials: Sterling silver and Natural Golden Hill Turquoise
2 1/2" Face Width
5 1/2" of Silver, Plus a 1 1/8" Opening
6 5/8" Total, Including Opening - Fits Medium Wrist
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