Sterling Silver Bracelet with Kingman Turquoise by Tommy Jackson
Navajo jewelry maker Tommy Jackson was born in Phoenix, Arizona on January 20, 1958. A full-blooded Navajo Indian from Chinle, Arizona, Tommy learned the art of silversmithing from his mother and father, Martha and Gene Jackson. Tommy merges traditional Navajo designs with modern-day aesthetics in his gold and silver jewelry.
This spectacular cobblestone cuff style bracelet is created with a generous amount of sterling silver and set with a variety of Kingman turquoise. Size: circumference is 5-1/2" with a 1-1/8" opening.