Stone and silverwork are set atop a thrice split sterling silver shank Navajo turquoise jewelry would not be as iconic if it wasn't for the introduction of silversmithing to the Navajo people. It is believed that a man named Atsidi Sani or "Old Smith" was the first Navajo blacksmith - meaning he worked with iron - and it is believed that he learned silversmithing from a Mexican silversmith between 1850 and 1853.The Spanish settlers in the area who had conquered the Puebloans in the 1500s also influenced a great deal of the silverwork at the time. Atsidi Sani taught the trade to other tribespeople, including his four sons. Size bracelet is 5.5 plus 1"¼ gap 1"½ tall in the front wide 17mm×7mm weight 32.1grams no marks but tested as sterling silver great addition to your collection?
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