A fine vintage (circa 1970's) inlay bracelet depicting an Apache gan crown dancer of multiple stones expertly set into a negative space of mother-of-pearl. I believe this piece of Zuni origin and it seems to bear a hallmark of "PB" or "PH", although it's so impossibly small that I can't say for sure.It is in excellent condition, showing no damage, flaws or excessive wear. The stones include turquoise, jet, mother-of-pearl and coral. This wearable work of art weighs in at 54.67 grams (1.93 ounces) and measures 6" including a gap of 1". It looks like it could safely be adjusted. Please take a look at our other items currently available for sale, including other Native American Indian jewelry and a few Zuni fetishes.
The item "Vintage Zuni/Navajo Silver Inlay Bracelet Depicting Apache Gan Dancer (Kachina)" is in sale since Saturday, August 4, 2018. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Ethnic, Regional & Tribal\Native American\Bracelets".The seller is "stmoorea" and is located in Downers Grove, Illinois. This item can be shipped worldwide.
900 Coin Silver)