Small Bright Blue Navajo Beaded Bracelet

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These colorful beaded bracelets are hand-beaded by women from the Navajo American Indian tribe in Gallup, New Mexico.

Each bracelet is one of a kind and there is only one available.

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John and Luke, another father-son duo, run Red Shell. They have a pawn shop in Gallup, NM where they specialize in American Indian art and spiny oyster shells. John’s wife is Navajo and makes traditional Navajo beaded bracelets and hair clips. We also get turquoise jewelry from them, and many of these pieces have maker’s marks on them so you can learn the names behind the art.

Materials: Leather, beads.

These bracelets have an interior width of 3" with a .25" wide beaded band.  All measurements are approximate and can vary slightly due to the handmade nature of the piece.


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