Listed in every important reference book, the Clarks are accepted as unique masters of micro-mosaic inlay. Some experts even claim they are the greatest Indian jewelers ever.
This beautiful, wide cuff exemplifies their astounding work. This piece contains hundreds, if not several thousand, individual tiny pieces of various stones.
The black lines are actually inlaid lines of jet – really. The design depicts a Navajo Yei spirit, one of their favorite subjects.
Adding to the allure of this piece is the choice of traditional colors: turquoise, natural red coral, lapis, and jet.
Their skill doesn’t end with incredible inlay: the silver on the inside of the cuff is textured and stamped in a complex pattern resembling a Navajo rug.
Like every piece created by the Clarks, this is an heirloom work of lapidary art. The fame of their incredibly tiny mosaic inlay pieces is world-wide. Their micro-fine pieces are proudly worn and exhibited.
When you wear a piece of the Clark’s micro-mosaic jewelry, you wear a piece of jewelry history.