520 East 72nd Street, 2C (By Appointment Only) New York City, NY 10021 , United States Call Seller 212.439.9257


Dine (Navajo) bracelet with snakes and stampwork

$ 150
  • Description
    Early Dine bracelet with silver overlay work and stamped crossed and straight arrows, feathers

    2 1/16” diameter at the widest place on the inside of the bracelet x 1 1/3” from the center of the back to the opening, which is 1 1/6”

    Hand-made. silver filing marks are visible on the back of the bracelet. Center stone. The safety chain was clearly added by a later owner and can easily be removed.

    This Dine (Navajo) bracelet is very finely made and it is clearly an early example. Stamped designs that are under the snakes include snakes, arrows, the sun and more. The snake was created by silver overlay.
  • More Information
    Origin: United States
    Period: 1900-1949
    Materials: Silver
    Metals: Silver
    Styles / Movements: American Indian
    Dealer Reference #: mc2268
    Incollect Reference #: 593608
Message from Seller:

For over thirty years, Marcy Burns American Indian Arts LLC has been nationally recognized as a premier dealer in antique American Indian basketry, textiles, pottery and jewelry, including Native American and Classic Designer jewelry from Taxco, Mexico.

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