A celebrated, multi-award-winning sculptor, this artist is too gifted for just one medium.
He is also noted as a musician, glass artist, and now – accomplished jeweler!
This quietly sensational bracelet is impressive in design, the quality of the materials, and in the outstanding workmanship.
Heavy-gauge silver forms the slightly concave base, ending in a chiseled edge that appears raised.
Applied over this is a half-width band of mosaic inlaid stones – all natural.
Resembling a clasp or a button, an oval of serene aqua, natural turquoise overlaps the center of the cuff.
It is set into a chiseled bezel that harmonizes with the linear pattern of the inlaid stones.
Small and tiny rectangles and squares of natural turquoise, lapis, coral, fossilized ivory, ironwood, jet (and probably more!) are beautifully arranged in a chunky, inlaid band.
Reminiscent of the ancient brickwork at Anasazi ruins, such as Mesa Verde, this vibrant, raised band arcs all the way around the cuff, like a rainbow.
The stones are impeccably cut and set; the silver work is flawless, as well.
The rich colors and dense textures of the stones are a beautiful foil for the brilliantly gleaming silver on the other half of the cuff.
The sculptor in the artist couldn’t stop here – he incised an entire design of water and rain symbols on the interior of the bracelet.
With stippled texture, shiny polish, graceful curves, and traditional rain and water symbols, there is a whole different bracelet on the inside, known only to you.
Inside and outside, this is a meticulously designed and fabricated bracelet, with gorgeous, high-quality materials and the highest standard of artistry and workmanship.
Not bad for a famous musician and sculptor!