Hello, up for your consideration today is this tastefully simple everyday bracelet by Russ Rockbridge. As you may know, Carico Lake turquoise is in the top tier as far as classic collector stones. This is a very affordable way to get a very desirable piece of turquoise as well as a great artist! This bracelet is in pristine condition as well as having great symmetry. The shadow box design is a traditional Navajo creation. The natural Carico Lake cabochon is surrounded by a serrated bezel and has very clean, precise stamp work. There is a patina spot on my photo but that will be buffed off before you receive it. Know that this bracelet is in perfect vintage condition and looks amazing!
Ref., AMERICAN INDIAN JEWELRY I: 1,200 Artist Biographies by Gregory Schaaf, Assisted by Angie Yan Schaaf.
Russ Rockbridge (stamps RR or R. Rockbridge) (Navajo, active ca. 1980’s- ?: traditional, fabricated, hand-wrought, filework ,set stones silver jewelry) BORN: Nov. 22 1958, Ganado, AZ RESIDENCE: Pinon, Mesa AZ FAMILY: married father of two AWARDS: 1985, Best of class, Inter- tribal Indian celebration, Gallup, NM; Best of Jewelry 1986, O’ Odam Tash, Casa Grande AZ EXHIBITIONS: 1985 ”Lost and Found Traditions: Native American Art 1965-1985, ”American Federation of Arts,” traveling exhibit. COLLECTIONS: American Can Company Foundation, NY FORMS: Squash blossom necklaces with set turquoise GALLERIES: Heard Museum Shop, Phoenix AZ; Rocking Horse Ranch PUBLICATIONS: COE 1986:215, 243; Jacka 1995:51; Wright 2000:146.
Inventory # KJB13
Size: Inside L 5.5 x W .5" x Opening 1.25
Artist/Hallmark: Russ Rockbridge
Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition
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