Handcrafted by award-winning Navajo silversmith Shane Hendren, this sculptural sterling silver bracelet features a modern and playful silhouette. Beautiful stamp work bracelet accented with a floral centerpiece, titled “Wild Rose." The centerpiece was created using an a technique called Mokume-gane, that was developed in Japan approximately three to four hundred years ago, in which two or more layers of metal are permanently joined together in alternating layers to form a stack. Hendren has created an eye-catching and contemporary bracelet that will elevate your jewelry wardrobe.
- Cuff bracelet handcrafted by Shane Hendren (Navajo)
- Sterling silver
- Wild Rose
- Bracelet measures 1-1/8” wide with a 5-3/4” inside circumference and 1-1/4” opening
- Fits an average wrist
- Comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity
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Shane Hendren is an award-winning Navajo silversmith known for high-end contemporary jewelry pieces that incorporate traditional Navajo designs and symbols. Hendren studied jewelry-making at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe. He has mastered many advanced metalsmithing techniques, including mokume-game, a technique of fusing metals that was pioneered by Samurai swordsmiths in 17th century Japan. Selected as the 2007 Artist of the Year by the Indian Arts and Crafts Association, Hendren has also won awards at Santa Fe Indian Market and other prestigious shows. Hendren comes from a long line of ranchers and inherited his grandmother’s ranch near Chaco Canyon.See Featured Artist Page
Mokume-gane is one name for a metalworking technique developed in Japan approximately three to four hundred years ago, in which two or more layers of metal are permanently joined together in alternating layers to form a stack.
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