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1970's - 80's Large Navajo Silver Bracelet by Thomas Singer with 3 Nice Royston Turquoise Cabs
ARTIFACT: This is a 1970's - 80's Large Navajo Silver Bracelet by Thomas Singer with 3 Nice Royston Turquoise Cabs. Thomas (Tommy) Singer, Navajo. Born in 1940, Master silversmith and renowned Navajo artist, Thomas Singer died May 31, 2014 in a motorcycle accident. Thomas grew up in Dilcon, Arizona and lived in Winslow, Arizona. He actively made jewelry from the 1960s until his death. His work was included in the 2002 exhibit, Jewels of the Southwest at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture in Santa Fe, NM among other prestigious museum exhibits. He won numerous awards and his work is published in well-known books of Indian jewelry. A silver bracelet, created in 2004 is in the collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
VINTAGE: Circa 1970's - 80's.
SIZE: Approximately 7" Length x 15/16" Hight x 1/8" Thickness Opening: 1-1/4" Royston Turquoise: 3/4" x 9/16 " x 3/16"
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Sterling silver, Royston turquoise.
MARKINGS: "THOMAS SINGER STERLING"
ITEM NOTES: This is from a Navajo collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. CON-JDSVDJJX LHGEX02/01/20
CONDITION: 8+(Excellent+ ): The bracelet shows light to minor wear, overall excellent condition.