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Native American Jewelry: NA0122

 

THE TRADITION OF QUILLWORK ( Native American Indian Jewelry Sterling & Quillwork Bracelet ): This unusual bracelet (c. 1992) was made by an artist from Washington state and is an example of the Pacific North West style, but I am uncertain if it was made by a Native American. It certainly pays tribute to the style and materials used by Indian artists. The center and both ends have strikingly raised Sterling Silver porcupine figures set on top of elaborate stampwork. There are two large insets of bezel set porcupine quill tips. I love the look of the quills on each side of the central porcupine figure. The inside is stamped “STERLING” & hallmarked in script “Lufin” (?). The textures and details of this wonderful bracelet are fascinating to study. If you are a woman who is known for her unique sense of style, this captivating tribute to nature is outstanding in its entirety.
 
Condition: Excellent.
Size: 3/4” high 1/8” thick, central porcupine design is 1 1/4” wide, 3/4” high. Each quill box is 7/8” wide and 5/8” high. The inside measurement is 5 3/4” plus a 1” opening. It will fit a 7” wrist. This is a true medium.

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