Sterling Silver Royston Turquoise Bracelet by Tommy Jackson
Tommy Jackson, internationally known Navajo jewelry designer from Chinle, Arizona, was born in Phoenix in 1958. Tommy learned the art of silversmithing from his parents, Martha and Gene Jackson.
He works both in gold and silver and has won numerous awards for his striking and unique jewelry from the Heard Museum Show in Phoenix, Santa Fe Indian Market and The Museum of Northern Arizona, to name a few. Mr. jackson is a graduate of the University of Arizona with a bachelors degree in Elementary Education.
This spectacular bracelet was created using a cobblestone setting with high quality Royston turquoise. The cuff is crafted in a generous amount of sterling silver, and is stamped by the artist.
Size: Measures 5-1/2" in circumference