Andy Marion has been a silversmith since the age of nine and won his first award when he was a teenager.
He has won many more, since then, including First Place for Jewelry at the prestigious Heard Museum Market, among others.
He makes both traditional and contemporary designs and cites creating bolo ties for Charlie Daniels and Kevin Costner as among his greatest professional experiences.
This remarkably handsome bracelet is an example of his skill, artistry, and penchant for pricing his work realistically.
A substantial gauge of copper sports a band of silver, divided into a narrow, triple row of minutely chiseled designs.
The center is lower than the two borders, which are raised, and cut into delicate ropes.
Textured silver and blazingly polished copper contrast splendidly, making this bracelet a marvelously handsome change from all-silver cuffs.
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